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On June 16, 22 students of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley graduated from a 10-week pilot program called “Life after High School,” hosted by Goin Native Therapeutic Gardens. Eight classes were taught by 11 professionals who volunteered their time twice a week to teach teens practical life skills that can turn into job skills. Classes included banking, cooking, sewing, crocheting, jewelry making, manners, life coaching and job application and resume writing.
For more information on Goin Native’s programs, contact Marianne Taylor at www.goinnative.net or 949.606.6386.