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Southwest Key Clinician Finds Inspiration In Clients
Southwest Key

March, 2014

Southwest Key Clinician Finds Inspiration In Clients


Martinez joined Southwest Key’s Unaccompanied Minors Program in El Paso in December 2012. Her decision to work with immigrant children was influenced by her father, who emigrated from Mexico during the 1950s and by the age of 11, worked in grape fields in the U.S. “My father showed me through his hard work and perseverance, that you can take a small piece of the American dream for yourself and generations to come,” says Martinez.

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East Austin College Prep Scores Above State Average on STAAR


On January 15, 2014, East Austin College Prep’s MLK Campus had their beginning of semester student-wide assembly. It’s a new semester for East Austin College Prep and the students started the semester with good news on their STAAR Testing Results. Dr. Joe Gonzales welcomed the tigers back from their winter break and made several big announcements and changes at EAPrep. (read more



Surrounded by bicycle parts in a small warehouse off Webberville Rd. in east Austin, Miguel F. is fixing up an old cruiser bike with his mentor Gabriel Cruz-Letelier at The Yellow Bike Project. “This is something he has on his goal list to accomplish and I want to make sure that I work on that with him,” says Cruz-Letelier. (read more

Southwest Key Case Manager Elected Mayor 


Jesus Ruiz is not only a case manager at Southwest Key Casita del Valle, he is also a 25-year-old mayor of Socorro, Texas a small town outside of El Paso. Ruiz has been with Southwest Key since 2012, as an immigrant, he wanted to give back to the immigrant community. (read more)

Help EAPrep by Donating Through Amplify Austin


EAPrep is proud to announce our participation in Amplify Austin 2014, a giving day organized by I Live Here, I Give Here to benefit nonprofits in Central Texas. You can support EAPrep during this 24-hour “festival of giving” that provides an easy and fun way for our entire community to give together and help make our city a better place to live. (read more

NCLR Affiliate Peer Exchange


Thank you National Council of La Raza and all the affiliates across the nation for attending the 2014 NCLR Affiliate Peer Exchange. Thank you for the laughter and many innovative ideas were exhanged. Check out the photos from the event!



Sign Up To Be A Mentor, Make A Difference!

We are currently recruting volunteer mentors in Austin, TX and San Jose, CA. Sign up through our online form




do512 Family Features EAPrep


Time Warner News Features Globaloria at SXSW

  Upcoming Events  


 EAPrep Spring Break

March 10-14 


 Food Bank 

March 13


 LAPP Classes

Multiple Dates 


 Amplify Austin 

March 20-21


 Parent Student Meetings

March 18, 25


 EAPrep Early Release 

March 26


 Community Garage Sale 

March 29


 EAPrep STAAR Testing

Multiple Dates


 Applebee's Easter Fundraising 

April 5 


 School Health Advisory Council 

April 10, May 8


 SWKey and EAPrep Closed 

April 18



Full list of events

 More Media 

 Globaloria at SXSW



 Cleveland Orchestra 



 ASW Winter Concert 



 Jain Ln. Open House 



 Digital Learning Day



 Lunar New Year



 Dr. Seuss Birthday



 Super Tigers 




Congratulations to Mera Champion for being inducted into the Brownsville Walk of Fame.




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