Hoppy Hour with Attorneys & Law Students

  • 08/22/2018
  • 6:30 PM
  • Hopstix, 3404 Pierce Dr., Chamblee, GA 30341
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  • Complimentary but CODE required: Please email communications@gapaba.org

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IT'S HOPPENING!


GAPABA & KABA-GA TEAM UP TO 

WELCOME OUR LAW STUDENTS BACK TO SCHOOL!


WEDNESDAY, AUG. 22, 2018

6:30 PM

Hopstix

3404 Pierce Dr., Chamblee, GA 30341


$10 FOR STUDENTS

$20 FOR ATTORNEYS

We will have delicious apps and the 

1st hour of beer/wine is on us


Drink & Do Good! All admission fees will go towards a 

non-profit partnering with GAPABA and KABA-GA: 

The Global Village Project


A special purpose middle school for newcomer refugee teenage girls with interrupted education


Our mission is to develop a strong educational foundation for each student within a caring community using a strengths-based approach and intensive instruction in English language and literacy, academic subjects, and the arts.


Our vision is to ensure that all refugee girls with interrupted schooling have access to the education necessary to pursue their dreams.


Our program is designed specifically to equip recently arrived refugee girls with the academic and social knowledge needed for success in a high school or equivalency program. Many of our students have experienced interruptions and gaps in their formal education and come with limited print literacy experiences. Some are newcomers to school and have had no formal educational experiences before. We are a tuition-free school. Transportation and lunch are provided, thanks to our generous community of supporters. The GVP community includes students, staff, and a large core of committed volunteers. Our student-teacher ratio is very low and every student benefits from individual tutoring provided by volunteers.


GVP students are all young women who share a history of displacement and resettlement, but are still a widely diverse group. We foster a caring environment that values and incorporates the richness of our students’ diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds and that nurtures students struggling with the trauma of displacement and war. 

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