A group of business leaders toured EOYDC’s facilities and presented them with a large donation. Visitors included Dopelmayr’s Vice President of North America Operations Trip Belote and members of the Bart Oakland Airport Connector Project team, Michael E. Baines from Baines Group, and Lillie Sunday from the Flatiron/Parsons JV.
AWARDS 1983 98th Congress First Session Congressional Record-Outstanding Youth Organization 1984 White House Award Social Responsibility–The Clorox Company (Awarded for creation of a national model for youth development, EOYDC) 1986 South Berkeley YMCA-Community Service/Role Model Award 1988 National Forum for Black Public Administrators Oakland/SF Bay Area Chapter-Community Service Award 1989 United Way-Recognition Award 1992 Chevron USA and The Management Center-Award for […]
By: Laith Agha Regina Jackson, like many many African-Americans, grew up not knowing where in Africa her ancestors are from. A DNA test pinpointed the country, as well as the tribes, from which she descended. As an African-American, much of Regina Jackson’s identity has been well-defined through her entire life. Her ancestry, as far as she […]
Warriors forward Vladimir Radmanovic listens to Kyla Medrano, 7, read “The Good Pup” during his visit to the East Oakland Youth Development Center on Thursday. Radmanovic donated 3,500 books to the center.By: Laith Agha | November 5, 2010 – 10:31 am | Filed Under: Culture, Education, Featured, Front, SportsDressed in black-and-maroon Nike basketball shoes, black […]