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Causes: Chambers of Commerce & Business Leagues, Children & Youth, Economic Development, Urban & Community Economic Development, Youth Development - Business

Mission: South by Southeast CDC dba University Hobby abates community deterioration by education and new housing starts to attract couples to stabilize the community.

Results: 1,399 graduates between Jan 2006 and May 2009.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 800 direct beneficiaries

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

The South By Southeast Community Development , Inc dba University Park Academy has graduated over 2,000 students since inception and first graduation January 2006. As a one of a kind Community Development High School students are expected to rebuild run down neighborhoods with the knowledge and skills of a combined community University High School and Business workforce. This School is a God Send for students flunking the TAKS ( Texas Assessment Knowledge and Skills) and students needing the hybrid homeschool/at school E Learning Lab Environment. The E Learning Lab is brainchild of Marvin C. Delaney CEO/President of the South by Southeast CDC. Call Marvin at 713-702-0319. Marvin is a delightful Community minded person focusing on the next generation emphasizing economics and the Nehemiah rebuilding the wall and the nation.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

The South by Southeast Community Development Inc. has graduated 2,300 students in its Community Development High School Diploma Program. Students learn how to live in the community by visiting families for social structure training, visiting the economic producers for job exposure, writing papers on " where I fit in Society".

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Volunteer

Rating: 0

The South by Southeast CDC dba University Park Academy graduated 1,399 students from January 2006 to May 2009 in an accelerated High School CDC Diploma program. These students either did not pass the TAKS test or found it difficult to graduate from high school. The impact of the South by Southeast CDC Education component has return 5 million dollars in otherwise lost wages attributed to students not earning money without a high school diploma. This is community development at its best. Contact Marvin C. Delaney at 713-702-0319 or 713-641-1330.