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Read our press release on welcoming Senator Barbara Boxer and Actor/Activist Jesse Williams as keynote speakers to the 2017 BOOST Conference Keynote Speaker here.
Read our press release on Simon Sinek, the 2015 BOOST Conference Keynote Speaker here.
Our CEO/Founder Tia Quinn was named Most Admired CEO in the Small Education Category by San Diego Business Journal. Read the press release here.
BOOST Collaborative was named Bronze finalist for Most Innovative Company Under 10 Employees in the 2014 Stevie Awards for Women in Business. CEO/Founder, Tia Quinn, also received Bronze recognition for Maverick of the Year. Read the press release here.
Teachers.Net featured the 2014 BOOST Conference news release on their Volume 11, Number 5 issue of the Teachers.Net Gazette. Read the full release here.
Read our news release on PRNewswire about the 2014 BOOST Conference OSTI Awards.
Two Bit Circus featured the 2014 BOOST Conference in their news section. Click here to read this entry.
Manitoba Physical Education Teacher's Association Inc. features the 2013 BOOST Conference in their June 2013 issue with a special article on Jeff Zlotnik from the Meditation Initative.
Click here to read the MPETA June 2013 issue.
BOOST Collaborative featured as an Honree at the Jeans 4 Justice end of year celebration.
BOOST Conference featured in the Prevention Press Newsletter from the San Diego County Office of Education on January 31, 2011.
On June 24, 2010 BOOST Collaborative appeared as a partner of the America's Promise Alliance for the Grad Nation initiative in an ad for USA Today.
"On June 24, America’s Promise Alliance, along with its partners, promoted the Grad Nation initiative in a full-page ad in USA Today. This effort was another step in the on-going awareness campaign to bring attention to the nation’s dropout crisis.
Grad Nation is a national movement to mobilize Americans to end the high school dropout crisis and prepare young people for college and the 21st century workforce. It’s a call to action for concerned citizens, businesses, community leaders, policy makers, educators and the nation. With leadership and focus, this is a solvable problem.
We are thrilled to share that 203 partners signed on to the campaign and were featured in the ad along with major funders of the initiative. The ad emphasized increasing high school graduation rates and reducing drop out statistics being issues of national concern. No one sector can tackle this crisis alone.
June is typically a month filled with graduations, so this was a perfect opportunity to highlight that there is still much work to be done. One-third of all children – and more than half of low-income and minority youth – fail to graduate high school on time."
BOOST Conference featured in the Prevention Press Newsletter from the San Diego County Office of Education.
The BOOST Collaborative teamed up with faculty of High Tech High Chula Vista and took part in the After-School All-Stars Dodgeball Tournament with Shaun Phillips on November 2, 2009! Here they are in red featured in 944 Magazine!