Western Addition Economic Advancement Community Corp
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Children & Youth, Education, Homeless & Housing, Economic Development
PO Box 194464 San Francisco CA 94119 USA
Western Addition Economic Advancement Community Corporation was founded in 2005 to provide the low-income economically disadvantaged the opportunity of a Higher Education, Homeowner financial assistance and community economic development opportunities.
Western Addition Economic Advancement Community Corporation programs include Cooperative Learning Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship, Workforce Development, Personal Enrichment, Economic Development, Economic Enrichment, Community Health and Awareness Programs.
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