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Joined in October 2017

About Us

The Aaron Price Fellows Program was created in 1991 by the Price Family to honor the life of their son, grandson, and brother, Aaron. Every spring, a class of 9th grade students from five public high schools is selected for a three year journey that includes an “up close and personal,” behind-the-scenes look at government, business, non-profit and cultural institutions. The goals of the program are to: foster friendships between Fellows from diverse ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds; teach Fellows about government, cultural, business and non-profit institutions to illustrate their significance and relevance in their lives; and expose Fellows to exciting career opportunities. For additional information regarding the Aaron Price Fellows Program, go to www.aaronpricefellows.org

The Aaron Price Fellows Program was created in 1991 by the Price Family to honor the life of their son, grandson, and brother, Aaron. Every spring, a class of 9th grade students from five public high schools is selected for a three year journey…

Issue Areas Include

  • Children & Youth
  • Civic Engagement

Location

  • 4305 University Avenue
    Suite 600
    San Diego, CA 92105

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