Bridgepoint Education and 55 of its employees will participate in Junior Achievement’s annual bowlathon on April 3rd. The event will take place from 3-5pm PT at Mira Mesa Lanes in San Diego.
All proceeds of the event will go to benefit San Diego and Imperial County students and ensure they have access to Junior Achievement’s programs, which are aimed at inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy.
“Bridgepoint Education was founded on the premise that everyone deserves access to the highest quality education. Junior Achievement is an organization that mirrors that sentiment and devotes itself to nurturing and developing our most important asset: our young people,” said CEO Andrew Clark. “My own three daughters have been fortunate enough to be a part of San Diego’s public school system, and to participate in some of Junior Achievements programs. From a very personal vantage point, I have seen how those programs can enrich the lives of San Diego students and inspire them to succeed.”
About Bridgepoint Education
Based in San Diego, Bridgepoint Education was founded on the principle that anyone who is academically prepared deserves access to higher education without sacrificing quality, transferability of credits, accessibility, academic standards, or credentials. As an independent, private higher education company, Bridgepoint is committed to serving the millions of adults seeking an affordable alternative to high priced higher education. Bridgepoint Education subsidiaries provide both traditional and online education offerings, in addition to recruiting and admissions services. Our comprehensive education services have helped thousands of students improve their lives and careers through higher education. Bridgepoint Education was named by Inc. magazine as the fastest growing private education company in the United States. For more information, please visit us at www.bridgepointeducation.com or contact: Jessica Caris, Director of Public Relations, at 800.798.0584 Ext 2515