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EDUCATION ADVOCACY


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Quality education

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We need to restore America's education system to it's former glory. We here in the United States should lead the way in education. Every U.S. Citizen, young and old, should have access to quality education. 

Curriculum

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A growing issue in the United States is the erosion of our curriculum. Be it Social Science, United States History, Civics, revisionists have been etching away at the facts and data being taught to every age and level of learners. We advocate for Data and fact driven curriculum where our students receive undoctored and bias free learning. 

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Developing our youth

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Our youth are our future. 


Our volunteers work to help improve the educational and personal opportunities of American youth.

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RAN LEADERS INITIATIVE

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Visit us again soon to learn more about our Leaders Initiative Platform for Youth.


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Grow your STEM

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Our future is in creativity, ingenuity, innovation,  and the key: STEM.


Science

Technology

Engineering

Mathematics


We are looking to build partnerships with community groups to help develop our American youth!

innovation & entrepreneurship

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We aim to spur on growth in our youth, encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship.



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RAN ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS

The National Leadership Scholarship

Established in honor of Erin Cruz, the founder of Restoring America Now, to help encourage our youth to reach higher and be all they can be, regardless of financial barriers. 

Annual scholarships of up to $1,500 (subject to funding availability) provide financial assistance and support to women seeking undergraduate or graduate degrees.  Undergraduate sophomores, juniors and seniors, as well as students enrolled in a master's degree program, are eligible to apply for the  scholarship. 

Recent high school graduates and undergraduate freshmen are not eligible. Applicants may only apply for one scholarship per year.  Scholarship winners may not reapply. 

Deadline: Applications due by JUNE 1, 2020


Andrew Breitbart  Scholarship

Established in honor of Andrew Breitbart, the investigative journalist, our scholarship was developed to help encourage our youth to pursue their dreams in American investigative journalism.

Annual scholarships of up to $1,000 (subject to funding availability) provide financial assistance and support to individuals seeking undergraduate or graduate degrees in the area of journalism.  Undergraduate sophomores, juniors and seniors, as well as students enrolled in a master's degree program, are eligible to apply for the  scholarship. 

Recent high school graduates and undergraduate freshmen are not eligible. Applicants may only apply for one scholarship per year.  Scholarship winners may not reapply. 

Deadline: Applications due by JUNE 1, 2020

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Innovation & Entrepreneurship

With technology on the rise, STEM and other practical focus, we see there is a true need for creative approaches to actualizing change in our communities and motivating our youth. 

In particular, the Social Networking Culture has been impacting our youth in a negative way. We would like to see a drive for change in a positive direction, restoring our youth to viewing America and American values in positive light. 

In fact, there is a real need to harness the energy of our youth and make impact in all hot trend areas. Education, creativity, focus on college prep and career focused education trends can be encouraged using media and Social Media Culture. 


If you know of youth or young adults who want to help make impact through social networks, have them sign up to get involved. 

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Curriculum

We advocate for the Restoration of material taught in our Educational Institutions. We need strong, fact and data based curriculum taught in all areas of focus. 


We currently need volunteers to assist and grow our impact in the area of California and Nation wide Curriculum. Sign up today!

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College and career

We want to see every young American advance toward college, career, and a bright future.  


There are many resources to assist young learners today.  

BYU offers Career Preparation Resources.

College Preparation Resources are all over the internet today.  Where to start can be overwhelming. From finances, financial planning, all the way through actually preparing academically we want to see you succeed. There is a website available to give you a snapshot of where to start. Believe it or not the site is a branch of the U.S. Department of Education. Go HERE


Please come back soon to see more information on partners of RAN who offer services and to learn more about our developing of RAN Early Focus and RAN Focus programs geared to help our youth with career and college focused preparation for success.


Do you have what it takes to volunteer and help our youth? We need your help!

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