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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 or contact Communications Coordinator, Hien Tran Ihde, at (619) 795-2027 or at hihde@pricephilanthropies.org