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KNOW YOUR IMPACT!  TODAY IS FULL OF POSSIBILITIES.  The 2019 Rebuilding for Learning Summit will feature a compelling meld of state and local speakers As in year’s past, breakfast and lunch will be provided. Join us starting at 7:30 for a light breakfast, coffee, and socializing. The welcome will begin at 8:00 am. Breakout sessions this year focus around the endless possibilities available in our community that make an impact in the lives of students and families in La Crosse.

***Don’t forget to register for the three keynotes and lunch.  
Monday, October 28 • 11:00am - 11:50am
The Good Fight LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

The Good Fight’s charitable mission is to provide at-risk and disadvantaged youth with hope, encouragement, and a safe environment to develop personal goals, discipline, and values free from juvenile delinquency, substance abuse, truancy, crime gang activities, and other difficult challenges.  Our vision is to instill discipline and values among at-risk and disadvantaged youth, to lift them out of poverty, to provide them with training and opportunities, and to motivate them to become productive members of society.

The Good Fight's primary focus is to give kids the tools to excel in the classroom and in life. We offer guidance for every path in our Larry Shapiro Education Program. This program covers all of the following areas:
Study groups for ACT/SAT testing
College application process
Military Options
Resume Development
Job Leads
Interview Techniques
Free assistance in employment goals

Presenters
avatar for Nathaniel Coleman, Jr

Nathaniel Coleman, Jr

Founder and President, Good Fight Community Center Inc
Nathaniel Coleman, Jr., 52-year-old Founder and President of The Good Fight Community Center. United States Marine, honorably discharged, served in the Gulf war, as well as the peacekeeping mission in Somalia, Africa. Worked for The City Of Lacrosse, Wisconsin for 10 years. Worked... Read More →


Monday October 28, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Ballroom A