The organization was founded in 2009 by Elizabeth Weal and staff and volunteers at Sequoia Adult School, and offers programs for volunteer tutoring, a weekly conversation club and scholarships. Weal will stay involved with the organization as a board member and adviser.
The nonprofit helps mostly immigrants from low-income backgrounds continue their education, secure better jobs, and serve as advocates in their communities.
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