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Over the past month, these students persevered through a rigorous application process to become the founding members of the ATC's inaugural Dream Team, a club dedicated to building possibility across our campus and in our community. Ours is the only Dream Team in Southern California, but we join a cohort of more than 45 other Dream Teams in 11 major U.S. cities, all guided by the principles of The Future Project, a dynamic organization inspiring over 25,000 high school students nationwide to pursue their greatest ambitions. Keep an eye out for our upcoming projects and campaigns aimed at positively impacting the ATC! 

 

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March 2016

ATC Students Featured in Documentary!
French Film Shows Latino Students as Part of Changing Face of America

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Montebello Unified’s Applied Technology Center and Bell Gardens High School screened a French documentary March 10 and 11 that includes interviews with two MUSD seniors and an administrator in its poignant look at America’s evolving demographic landscape. Titled “Latino: The Changing Face of America,” the film illustrates the emergent impact of Latinos in education, immigration and politics. Continue reading the full story Here.