Dr. Henry T. Nicholas, III Partners With Retired Judge and Episcopal Diocese to Open 'Academic Centers' for Underprivileged Students With $10 Million Commitment

Dr. Henry T. Nicholas, III announces the opening of the Nicholas Academic Center a free after school tutoring and mentoring program for students at Santa Ana High Schools. The Henry T. Nicholas Education Foundation has pledged $10 million to the Nicholas Academic Centers. (PRNewsFoto/Henry T. Nicholas Education Foundation)

Retired Judge Jack Mandel is named Executive Director of the new Henry T.
Nicholas Education Foundation, which will provide $500,000 annually to
operate the Santa Ana program; With the Episcopal Diocese, the Foundation
will open more academic centers-as well as entrepreneurial support
facilities for small businesses-in Orange and Los Angeles Counties.

SANTA ANA, Calif., March 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. Henry T.
Nicholas, III has announced a $10 million commitment to the first Nicholas
Academic Center in Santa Ana. His new education foundation will also open
academic centers in San Juan Capistrano and the Echo Park district in Los
Angeles to provide a safe and nurturing after school environment to help
high- potential, underprivileged students realize their educational goals.

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Ashley Temm