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TLF Financial Literacy, National Prescription Drug Take Back Day and Collection of Donations for Human Trafficking Victims

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TLF will host a financial literacy workshop on October 21,  2018 at the offices of Istation.  Primerica Financial Services will be our presenter and will include one of our own TLF career members, Cody Copeland, TLF 2012.


TLF students have decided to participate in two community initiatives.  On Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10:00am-2:00pm TLF students are partnering with the District Attorney’s Office and Human Trafficking division of the Sexual Assault Unit, Safer Dallas Better Dallas and the Rotary Club of Dallas to collect items for safety kits for victims of human trafficking.  Donations can be dropped off at Woodrow Wilson High School, 100 S Glasgow Dr, Dallas, TX 75214.  They are collecting  blankets, packaged gum, travel sized toiletries, feminine products, and fast food gift cards.

TLF students are also partnering with the DEA, Safer Dallas Better Dallas, Dallas Police Department, and the Rotary Club of Dallas in a National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.  This event will take place concurrently with the collection of items for human trafficking vitems on October 27, 2018 from 10:00am-2:00pm.  You are encouraged to clean out your medicine cabinets and bring your unwanted or expired drugs to Woodrow to get them off the streets and help fight this growing epidemic.

Istation Co-Hosts Fundraiser with Dallas Cowboys’ Dak Prescott and Charles Haley

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Istation Co-Hosts Fundraiser with Dallas Cowboys’ Dak Prescott and Charles Haley

Haley’s Tackle Tomorrow (which provides equipment, teachers, and Istation reading software to Dallas after-school programs for at-risk kids) and Prescott’s Faith Fight Finish foundation co-hosted a golf tournament on Monday, August 27 at Topgolf.


TLF Career Pathways

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We had an outstanding group of professionals on Sunday, January 7, 2018 participate in our career panel. What is the role of a nonprofit was answered by Martha Stowe, Executive Director of Vickery Meadow Youth Development Foundation; Anthony Ball, Missions Pastor at First Baptist Church Irving, talked about what qualifications are required to work in the ministry; Casey Boland, a long term teacher at Lake Highlands HS pointed out some of the changes in education in the last 20 years; Hannah Marsteller, TLF career member and new teacher at Lake Highlands HS, explained why she wanted to go back to school to become a teacher; Timmy Newsome, founder of Newtech Business Solutions, stressed the importance of research whether you are preparing for a football game or opening a new business; Jesse Reyes of the Dallas Police Department, highlighted the role police play in the community. Common threads between all the panelists included the fact that your career path will be crooked, that it is important to take advantage of all opportunities, and internships are incredibly important to help identify the professions which are right for you. Thank you panelists for the wisdom and time you shared with TLF.