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SEA Lobby Day – by Ruzielle Ganuelas, Student Advisory Board Member

Emily Dickinson once wrote, “why not have a big life?” these are the words I kept close to heart when I joined the SEA staff and my fellow members of the SEA Student Advisory Board Council for the SEA Lobby … Continue reading

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ON THE EDGE, free movie screening

If you think you know homelessness, think again. We’d like to invite all supporters of Seattle Education Access to come out for a unique evening of film and discussion, as SEA joins two community partners for the Seattle screening of … Continue reading

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From Real Change: Why the state’s education “need grant” is failing the neediest students

Rebecca Wada, a student at the University of Washington and an intern at Seattle Education Access, recently wrote this editorial for Real Change newspaper. It was published today. Why the state’s education “need grant” is failing the neediest students By … Continue reading

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Looking for Doers and Helpers

We have some open volunteer positions at SEA – and we’re looking for doers and helpers. Do you have a knack for finding great resources? Do you like researching? Join the Resources & Outreach Committee — this is a group … Continue reading

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Lobbying for the Washington State Need Grant

On February 4, Seattle Education Access (SEA) had our first annual Lobby Day in Olympia. A delegation of six students, one volunteer, one staff member, and three board members carpooled to Olympia together to meet with lawmakers and deliver the … Continue reading

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Open House at SEA

We hope you can join us and bring a friend!

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