March 23, 2006
Summerbridge Breakthrough Alumni Network
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Dear SBAN Family,
Question: What is the simplest way to:
1.  Give back to an incredible program that touched your life in a million different ways,
2.  Spread the word about the effectiveness of the "students teaching students" model,
3.  Contribute to SBAN's mission of providing valuable resources to alumni and to SB/BT programs?
Answer: Join the Club - Club 12, that is!  Since its launch, alumni from across the network have joined in our efforts by 1) contributing at least $12 or 2) spreading the word about Club 12 to fellow alumni as well as to your own friends and family. 

"Looking at the website, reading the e-newsletters, and seeing the thought and foresight that has gone into creating SBAN, I simply wanted to help!" Celeste Malone, Providence SB

International Office - E-newsletter Writers Wanted!
These weekly e-newsletters would not be possible without the hard work of our volunteer writers who are literally all over the world.  In order to give our readers more stories from a variety of voices, we are looking for more writers to join our team. 

Alumni Communities - Volunteers Wanted!
Thanks to a group of passionate and dedicated volunteers, our alumni community in Washington D.C. is really taking off!  As we move south to Florida, we are looking for local volunteers to help get alumni communities off the ground in the following areas:
Miami - To help find lost alumni
Fort Lauderdale - 5K Run with the Mayor
Boca Raton - To help find lost alumni
You do not have to be an SB/BT alumni to volunteer - we welcome anyone who wants to bring their talents to the table. 

Teach KIPP DC!
All SBAN Metro DC members are invited to the first annual Teach KIPP DC Happy Hour!  Learn about KIPP DC schools and teaching opportunities, while enjoying cocktails and good company. Click here for more information.
What: Teach KIPP DC Happy Hour
When: Thursday, March 23rd, 5-7 PM
Where:The Big Hunt (1345 Connecticut Ave., NW) 
 Quick Links


Replenishing Democracy: Summer Institute for Undergradu
 This program for undergraduates is designed to encourage connections between academic institutions and grassroots activism. The Institute will bring together distinguished scholars and activists with undergraduates to rigorously study the theory and practices of democratic engagement. In this forum, undergraduate student leaders will learn about the complexities of political action and gain practical knowledge about grassroots organizing. To learn more about this opportunity please log-in and visit the SBAN job forum in the bulletin board or go to


6 Job Opportunities At Admission Possible
Admission Possible is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping low-income young people in the Twin Cities gain admission to college.
We identify students with the motivation and potential for college, and then provide them with (1) ACT/SAT test preparation; (2) intensive assistance in the college application process; (3) aid in the financial aid application process; and (4) guidance in transition to college. To learn more about this opportunity please log-in and visit the SBAN job forum in the bulletin board or go to                          

Campus Progress

 Three Brand New Job Positions At The Campus Progress
Two are new positions for a marketing/promotions person and a campus organizer -- and one is to replace our outstanding magazine editor, who is leaving for grad school. These are great opportunities for talented, committed people to make a real difference.  To learn more about this opportunity please log-in and visit the SBAN job forum in the bulletin board or go to

SBAN Members, to see these and more job opportunities in full detail please log-in and visit the the Job Forum  in the SBAN Bulletin Board

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