SAGA Innovations

SAGA’s First Year at High School of Fashion Industries

 At the High School of Fashion Industries (HSFI) in downtown Manhattan, there’s no such thing as a slow day for Site Director Lativa Holder. HSFI is over eight stories tall and home to more than 1,600 students. Teenagers bustle through staircases, pack into elevators and roam through the halls in…

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2,000 Miles from Home

Danielle Bulante, SAGA Fellow, ChicagoDuring her years as an ethnic studies major at the University of California, San Diego, Danielle Bulante built a passion for social justice. Among her classmates and professors, she often had discussions on the public school system and the challenges it faces. She and her classmates…

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Serving Their Cities

 This past Martin Luther King Jr. Day, SAGA Fellows connected with community service centers in Chicago and New York City to donate both their time and their passion for helping others. In Chicago, Fellows banded together with La Casa Norte and Northside Housing & Support Services to help provide food…

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Starting in the City

SAGA Fellow Combines Her Passions of Teaching and Social Justice to Impact Students’ Lives By Jesse DuthrieIn our final installment of this three-part series, we speak with a past Fellow who joined SAGA with a passion for education and social justice. This year-long opportunity to work with students in Chicago…

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A New Direction

After long careers, two SAGA Fellows discuss why they shifted to new, rewarding opportunitiesBy Jesse DuthrieFor our second segment in this three-part series, we talk to two current Fellows who joined SAGA after career changes. By taking Fellow positions in the later years of their professional lives, both Paul Betz…

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