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Last modified: February 16, 2012, 6:00 PM
Project 206 is a service and project based camp hosted at Cleveland High School by the Seattle Youth Engagement Zone and the YMCA. The Y is a well-known and respected not for profit organization and the Seattle Youth Engagement Zone works with the Seattle Public Schools to engage youth through service learning. This partnership creates a 6-week summer camp serving a diverse group of 8th grade students from Aki Kurose and Asa Mercer Middle Schools who will attend Cleveland High School's STEM program in 9th grade. Project 206 serves a diverse population of youth from various socioeconomic backgrounds. We are looking for teachers to fill four positions for the duration of our program.
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