Project Reach: Gardening Club

Project Reach: Gardening Club

Students and staff in Project REACH are underway with their summer gardening project. This is the fifth year Project REACH, a TRIO Talent Search Program…

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Project Reach: The Haymarket Challenge

Project Reach: The Haymarket Challenge

The Haymarket Challenge is a competition between teams within the different classes at the¬†Project REACH program. Students are separated into teams, and are required to…

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Project Reach: Summer 2015

Project Reach: Summer 2015

Project REACH (Realizing Educational And Career Hopes), a TRIO Talent Search program, is one of the pre-collegiate programs at UMass Boston. The program identifies and…

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This student is taking notes in their social studies class.

Project REACH: A Day In The Life

On Monday, July 28, I got to follow Project REACH students around for an entire day. I documented their activities as they took classes in…

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Project Reach: Community Garden

Project Reach: Community Garden

Students and staff in Project REACH are underway with their summer gardening project. This is the fourth year Project REACH, a TRIO Talent Search Program…

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Project Reach: Greenhouse

Project Reach: Greenhouse

On July 10th, the students at Project Reach explored the life of plants and were able to learn how to grow some of their own….

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Project REACH Summer 2014

Project REACH Summer 2014

Project REACH (Realizing Educational And Career Hopes) kicks off the summer portion of their yearly educational program on Monday, July 7. Project REACH is a…

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Project REACH's Career Symposium

Project REACH’s Career Symposium

On Friday, July 26, the Project REACH (Talent Search) Program held a college and career symposium for their students. UMass Boston staff members spoke to…

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Project REACH's Community Garden

Project REACH’s Community Garden

A small group of students in the Pre-Collegiate Program Project REACH help the community by building a garden in the park. The garden ties in…

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