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    Fall 2015 ImPACT Newsletter

    The Fall 2015 Edition of the ImPACT Newsletter is now out! It includes all the important College Information, interesting articles, and highlights about PACT, Inc.

    Click on the image or below to download your copy of the Fall 2015 ImPACT Newsletter!

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    PACT East Bay Upgrade!

    PACT is glad to announce the upcoming move to a larger office. By October 1st, PACT will conduct its' operations from Suite 315 at the Georgia Street Plaza. Please contact the East Bay office at (707) 556-9357 or click 'Learn more' for more information.

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    Alumni & Friends Connection Network

    Get connected, get together and get involved with PACT's Alumni Connection Network. Our new program allows PACT alumni to network, share success stories and impact the lives of current students as well as young alumni.

    Join the PACT Alumni and Friends Connection Network today!

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    Stevie Johnson, NFL Wide Receiver

    Stevie Johnson (pictured middle wearing hat) is a star wide-receiver for the National Footbal League (NFL). More importantly, he has mentored young students in the PACT program on how to attain career success and achieve their goals.

    Support PACT and make an imPACT today!



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    The ImPACT

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Welcome to PACT, INC

In 1963, Everett Brandon, JD and Henry Lucas, Jr., DDS founded PACT, Inc. to address the severe need of academically disadvantaged youth in the Bay Area. PACT, Inc.'s mission is to substantially increase these young adults’ access to higher education. Since its' inception, PACT, Inc. has served 60,000 young people; over 36,000 of these students matriculating to colleges and post-secondary institutions. The organization specializes in developing relationships, cultivating positive experiences and following through curriculum for low-income youths. PACT, Inc. also offers comprehensive school-based tutoring, college advising and financial aid assistance to 2,255 students; 67% of whom live in poverty.