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Julia Young (left) and Paul Driscoll (right). Photo: Matthew Peddie WMFE.
Intersection

Intersection: Page 15 Summer Writing Camp


How do you get kids to put down the smartphone and write? Page 15 in downtown Orlando has been helping kids put pen to paper and get their writing published for 10 years. Julia Young, the founder and executive director of Page 15, and Paul Driscoll, the educational programs director, joined Intersection to talk about the program. 
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Dr. Pamela Cappas-Toro is co-director of Stetson University’s Community Education Project at Tomoka Correctional Institution. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

Intersection: Incarceration Doesn’t Mean An End To Education, How Stetson University Is Reaching Inmates


The Community Education Project at Stetson University provides a higher-education program at Tomoka Correctional Institution. They recently received a three-year grant of $210,000 through the Laughing Gull Foundation to extend the program. Dr. Pamela Cappas-Toro, co-director of the Community Education Project, joins us to talk about the impact the program has on the incarcerated men and what the grant will do for them.
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Yoseline Rodriguez (left) is going into her fourth year as a camp counselor and Alex Saunders (right) works as the Director of Communications for Hope CommUnity Center.    Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

Intersection: Hope CommUnity Center Summer Camp


This year is the 12th year a summer camp aimed at helping ease the burden on low income and immigrant families in Apopka is serving the community. The three-week camp is one program at Hope CommUnity Center and this year it’s open to families that were not already involved. Alex Saunders and Yoseline Rodriguez join us to talk about the camp and what the Kids Camp offers to kids and their parents.
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Education Desk: When Working Adults Pursue A Diploma


The Hamilton Holt School at Rollins College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees for working adults through evening classes. Last month, 294 graduates received their diploma. From our Education Desk, 90.7’s Catherine Welch talked with the Holt School’s Director of Student and Faculty engagement Erik Kenyon about the challenges these students overcome while pursuing their degree.
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