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Sea Mar -Community Health Centers

Latino/a Educational Achievement Project (LEAP)

Contact Information
113-23rd Avenue S
Seattle, Washington 98144

Phone: 206.965.1057 ext:42157
Email: LEAP@seamarchc.org

Belinda Montgomery,
Program Director
Latino/a Educational Achievement Project — Statewide
The Latino/a Educational Achievement Project (LEAP) is a statewide effort to improve academic achievement of Latino students in Washington state. Current activities include an annual conference, student leadership and service-learning program, and advocacy training.

In 2011, a student leadership and service-learning program known as the Peer Leaders and Ambassadors, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, was developed to involve students in college awareness and readiness activities, leadership, civic engagement, and community service.

Sea Mar Community Health Centers
Administrative Offices
1040 S. Henderson St.
Seattle, WA 98108
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