Access Youth Academy receives $5.5 Million Grant to help low-income students

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Access Youth Academy is getting more than $5 million from the City of San Diego to help low income students break the cycle of poverty.

Access Youth Academy was created in 2006 to transform the lives of underserved youth through academic mentorship and urban squash.

Susan Taylor, Access Youth Academy Board member, and Renato Paiva, Executive Director of Access Youth Academy, were in studio to tell us more about it.

For more info: www.accessyouthacademy.org

Categories: In Studio Guests, Local San Diego News