More than 1,500 Young People from Boys & Girls Clubs of America's were in So Cal for the 41st annual National Keystone Conference, which was held March 27 - 30 in Anaheim, CA. Keystone Clubs are teen leadership groups within Boys & Girls Clubs that focus on leadership development through community service projects. They are part of the multi-million dollar teen outreach initiative, funded by the Taco Bell Foundation, which provides mentoring, job training and counseling to at-risk youth.
While here to attend the conference, a large group of teens and a few advisors visited Cal State Fullerton on Friday, March 28. The visit was set up by Mark Kamimura-Jiménez Director of Educational Partnerships at CSUF, and included a campus tour, lunch and presentations by Dr Esiquio Uballe, Associate Dean of Student Life, and Dr. Lea Beth Lewis, Assistant Dean for the College of Health and Human Development.