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Brad Duncan

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Brad Duncan

Program Coordinator, Foster Youth Mentoring Project
California Community Colleges
mentoring for foster children
health of foster children
community college-level student volunteerism


Brad Duncan is program coordinator for the Foster Youth Mentoring Project, or FYMP, a program run out of the chancellor's office of California Community Colleges. FYMP is administered by AmeriCorps and recruits community college students to mentor former foster youth and recently emancipated foster youth. Student participants provide 450 hours of service over a 9- to 12-month period and, upon successfully completing their term of service, are eligible to receive a $1,250 post-service educational award to offset future educational expenses.

1102 Q Street
Sacramento  California  95814
United States
Office Phone: 
9164458752 (916) 491-4484
Office Fax: 
(916) 327-8232


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