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Juntos Program Report through the Pandemic

Since 2007 the Juntos Program has served young people and their families as they pursue their academic success. In North Carolina, the range of youth served has been anywhere between 250-800+ youth annually. The number served annually is dependent on grants and sustainability efforts. The pandemic has affected the ability to reach youth and their families, but each of the thirteen states found innovative solutions to continue to serve Juntos families. Take a look at the 2019-2020 Annual Report representing North Carolina and Idaho Juntos' impact.

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