The Alameda County District Attorney's Office
This public service announcement was created by Alameda County teens in the CEO Youth Program (Creating Entrepreneurship Opportunities for Youth) in order to educate other youth about the importance of good school attendance.
CEO Youth, a program of the Lincoln Child Center, is a paid entrepreneurship program that trains youth ages 14 to 19 to launch a business and provide youth with marketable skills for their future.
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