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Small and mid-sized districts rely on partners to provide summer programs

February 18, 2016 | Ed Source|Article

The Summer Matters campaign was today featured in Ed Source – a statewide media platform on education issues – for its recent study indicating that small-to-midsize school districts can offer quality summer programs to students by partnering with county offices of education, local organizations, park and recreation, and others.

CLIENT | Partnership for Children and Youth

 

 California case studies promote summer learning over summer school

February 8, 2016 | Education Week|Article

Partnership for Children and Youth’s Summer Matters program featured in Education Week.  According to Ed Week, new case studies show that innovative summer learning programs are more engaging, enriching and, well — fun, for students and teachers alike.

CLIENT | Partnership for Children and Youth

 

 United Way hosts literacy event

October 22, 2015 | The Hawthorn Press Tribune| Front page

MIPR working with United Way of Greater Los Angeles in raising awareness about the importance of reading through the  “Fall into Literacy” book festival, where more than 4,000 books were donated to low-income families.

CLIENT | United Way of Greater Los Angeles

 

 Festival provides free books to low-income young children

October 16, 2015 | The Wave Publications| Article

MIPR working with United Way of Greater Los Angeles in raising awareness about the importance of reading through the  “Fall into Literacy” book festival, where more than 4,000 books were donated to low-income families.

CLIENT | United Way of Greater Los Angeles

 

 How Fresno is making sure kids are learning this summer

July 3, 2015 | KSEE NBC 24- Fresno, Your Central Valley| In studio interview

Fresno County’s unique summer learning program featured on KSEE24-NBC Fresno with host Alex Delgado. Through the Partnership for Children and Youth (PCY), MIPR worked with the Fresno County Office of Eduction to bring awareness to this model program and the importance of expanding summer learning programs throughout the state.

CLIENT | Partnership for Children and Youth (PCY)

 

 Gilroy’s Super Power Camp draws 750 kids

June 26, 2015 | Gilroy Dispatch| Front page feature article

Gilroy’s Super Power Summer Camp program is featured in the Gilroy Dispatch. Through the Partnership for Children and Youth (PCY), MIPR worked with Gilroy Unified and the YMCA to raise awareness about the success of this award-winning program for low-income children in the state’s Central Valley.

CLIENT | Partnership for Children and Youth (PCY)

 

 ‘Expect Success’ summer camp kicks off

June 18, 2015 | KRCR News, ABC7| News story

Glenn County’s Office of Education kicked off it’s annual “Expect Success” summer camp Thursday.  The goal of the program is to prevent summer learning loss while still having fun.

CLIENT | Partnership for Children and Youth (PCY)

 

 Fiesta en Los Ángeles por Monseñor Romero

May 25, 2015 | La Opinion| Article

Celebrated the beatification of Monseñor Romero alongside our client Clínica Monseñor Romero and hundreds of local residents.

CLIENT | Clínica Monseñor Romero

 

 El legado de  Monseñor Romero

May 22, 2015 | CNN en Español| Live interview

Live interview on CNN’s morning show Cafe CNN from El Salvador with Sandra Rossato, executive director of Clínica Monseñor Romero.  The interview focused on the legacy of Monseñor Romero and the services the clinic offers to the community.

CLIENT | Clínica Monseñor Romero

 

 Estudiantes salen a motivar el voto

May 16, 2015 | La Opinión| Article

Local  students from various local universities — including USC, UCLA, UC Riverside, Cal State Dominguez Hills, Claremont, Whittier, Pomona and East L.A. colleges — as they canvassed the southeast cities of Huntington Park and South Gate to increase voter turnout and create awareness about education.

CLIENT | SFER Action Network, Los Angeles

 

 A Strong K-12 Education System is Gateway to Success For Communities of Color

May 7, 2015 | California Crusader| Op-Ed

Local  student, Pluchette Slusher is a senior at Cal State Dominguez Hills, working toward a BS in Political Science  and working to make a difference in the K-12 education system in her  community.

CLIENT | SFER Action Network, Los Angeles

 

 Honoring a Fallen Cleric

March 25, 2015 | Los Angeles Times| Print

Clínica Monseñor Romero Procession photo featured in L.A. Times California section. The event commemorating the legacy of Monseñor Oscar Romero, archbishop of El Salvador during the country’s civil war, included a prayer and blessing from Bishop Salazar and the participation of Councilman Mitch O’Farrell, the Consul Generals of El Salvador and Guatemala, and other community leaders. The event also highlighted Clínica’s work in support of Romero’s mission of helping the poor.

CLIENT | Clínica Monseñor Romero

 

Legado de Monseñor Romero llega con menores refugiados

March 25, 2015 | La Opinion| News story

Delighted to see our story about Clínica Monseñor Romero carried in Spanish language media.

CLIENT | Clínica Monseñor Romero

 

 Here are the 3 candidates for Los Angeles school board in District 7

February 10, 2015 | Daily Breeze| Article

United Way of Greater Los Angeles’s Wilmington LAUSD Candidates Forum at the Granada Theater in Wilmington is featured in the Daily Breeze. The event was hosted by United Way of Greater Los Angeles and its various community partners.

CLIENT | United Way of Greater Los Angeles

 

 

 Candidates play it safe, respectful at first– only? District 7 debate

February 9, 2015 | LA SCHOOL REPORT| Article

United Way of Greater Los Angeles’s Wilmington LAUSD Candidates Forum is featured in the LA School Report. Six hundred local residents attended this event on a Friday between the hours of 6 and 8 p.m.

CLIENT | United Way of Greater Los Angeles

 

 

 Wright STEAM Magnet start year with education focused on sciences

September 8, 2014 | HomeTown News| Back to School Special Edition

WRIGHT Middle School’s STEAM Magnet makes the front page of the HomeTown News’ Back-to-School 2014 issue featuring Loyola Marymount University’s (LMU) local school partners. We are so excited for Wright, its students, families, teachers, admins, partners and community.

CLIENT | LAUSD

 

 

 

Nuevo acceso a tecnología

August 19, 2014 | La Opinión| Opinion Editorial

LA OPINIÓN newspaper, the country’s largest Spanish-language daily, published an editorial by LA Deputy Mayor of Economic Development Kellie Bernard about the importance of utilizing new technologies to assist and support small business development in the City of Los Angeles. Media Image Public Relations worked closely with Citi Community Development and the City of Los Angeles to launch a new Virtual Counselor Network for small businesses. The op-ed also appeared in newspapers across the country such as: San Francisco’s El Mensajero; New York’s El Diario; Orlando’s La Prensa; Houston’s Rumbo; and Chicago’s La Raza.

CLIENT | Citi Community Development

 

 

 

 

Inaguran escuela de sistema charter en Maywood

August 2, 2014 | Univision 34 , KABC 7, Telemundo 52 | News Story

CLEMENTE CHARTER SCHOOL’S grand opening is featured on Univision 34’s six o’clock news.  A BIG THANK You to all local media who came out to support the grand opening of Clemente Charter Elementary this past Saturday.  ABC7, Telemundo and Univision covered the celebration. Principal Norma Moreno did a great job on camera, while MIPR’s own Joe Macias coordinated interviews and our photographer, Ben Gibbs, captured key moments. At the MIPR command center, Mandy Blancas ensured that TV news crews had all the event info, and our interns provided extra support on the ground. Thank you all!

CLIENT | Ingenium Schools

 

 

 

 How L.A. aims to use technology to better serve the public: Guest commentary

July 15, 2014 | Los Angeles Daily News | Opinion Editorial

The Los Angeles Daily News published an opinion editorial about how the City of Los Angeles aims to use the new technology offered by the Virtual Counselor Network to support small businesses.

CLIENT | Citi Community Development

 

 

 

 

 FINANZAS: Consejeria virtual: Informacion confiable al alcance de sus manos

July 23, 2014 | UNIDOS del Sur de California | Article

The Virtual Counselor Network is featured in Unidos, the Orange County Register’s Spanish-language daily. This housing virtual service is provided through the non-profit Housing Opportunities Collaborative and a grant from Citi Community Development. (Photo courtesy of MIPR’s Evelyn Aleman)

CLIENT | Citi Community Development

 

 

 

Programas atleticos para ninos en Canoga Park

July 8, 2014 | Hoy Deportes | Article

The Virtual Counselor Network is featured in Unidos, the Orange County Register’s Spanish-language daily. This housing virtual service is provided through the non-profit Housing Opportunities Collaborative and a grant from Citi Community Development. (Photo courtesy of MIPR’s Evelyn Aleman)

CLIENT | Ingenium Schools

 

 

 

Register Now For Free Kids’ Summer Athletics Program Coached By Professional Athletes

July 7, 2014 | The Government Center Gazette & Van Nuys News Press | Article

KIDS can register for a FREE summer sports program coached by pro and semi-pro athletes at Ingenium Charter Middle School in Canoga Park. For more information read the full story in the Van Nuys News Press.

CLIENT | Ingenium Schools

 

 

Online help center helps struggling homeowners

July 2, 2014 | Orange County Register| Article

The VCN will provide O.C. residents with free housing counseling services – including foreclosure prevention, home buying and credit counseling – from the comfort of their homes via phone and/ or internet. O.C. residents can also visit non-profits who are members of the network for one-on-one counseling. The service is being provided in 80 languages. The launch was made possible thanks to a grant from Citi.

CLIENT | Citi Community Development

 

Virtual Counselors Help with Homebuying Issues

July 1, 2014 | KCBS 2, KCAL 9| News Story

GREAT DAY for the Media Image PR team with the launch of the Virtual Counselor Network (VCN) in Orange County! The VCN will provide O.C. residents with free housing counseling services – including foreclosure prevention, home buying and credit counseling – from the comfort of their homes via phone and/ or internet. O.C. residents can also visit non-profits who are members of the network for one-on-one counseling. The service is being provided in 80 languages. The launch was made possible thanks to a grant from Citi.  CBS2 and KCAL9 were on site to inform O.C. residents about the new VCN resource in their communities.

CLIENT | Citi Community Development

Media Image Public Relations

Business Centers Getting Video Support

June 9, 2014 | Los Angeles Register| Article

The launch of a BusinessSource Virtual Counselor Network that will provide a one-stop-shop for small businesses with regard to City services. The VCN is made possible through a $100,000 contribution from Citi Community Development. Media Image PR is thrilled to support this effort that will help strengthen our small businesses.

CLIENT | Citi Community Development

 

 

 

 

 

 

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