CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 2000 |
Two years ago, Justin Miller was on the fast track to success, with a well-paying job in the corporate world. Miller was an employee at Macy's department store in Phoenix, but when Kris Erickson, a friend who at one time was also in the business world, suggested that Miller chuck his suit and tie and work as a coordinator for a nonprofit learning center, he realized he had found his calling. "I just love kids," Miller said. "They need someone to show them that they are cared for."
May 11, 1998 |
Don't be surprised if this is the apartment ad of the future: "For rent--2br, 2ba, w/prking, crptg, new appls and tutoring." Under a rapidly growing nonprofit program based in Newport Beach, renters in several low- to moderate-priced apartment complexes across Southern California are finding the usual perks of tennis courts and swimming pools expanded to include free learning centers for their children.