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This is the closest some kids will ever get to college.

A lot of kids who should go to college never get there. Many don't know where to go for financial help, or career guidance. Others aren't sure how to apply, or what courses to take. And too often the result is a wasted life.

That's where the New York Urban League comes in. Helping minority kids get into college is just one of the things we've been doing for more than sixty years. We are also actively involved in the important areas of housing, employment, health and social welfare.

As always, our basic goal is to make sure all New Yorkers get the chance they deserve. But we can't do it alone. You can help. Become a member. Volunteer your services. Or send a contribution to the New York Urban League, 1500 Broadway, New York, New York 10036. (212) 730-5200.

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