Asian American Communities for Education (AACE), educational counseling project
Artist unknown, creator
Asian Americans--Study and teaching
Japantown (San Francisco, Calif.)--History--Pictorial works
The poster features a drawing of a green hand with two figures in its palm. The figures, rendered in black, are of a young
woman holding a stethoscope and a young man who is holding a book and wearing a cap and tassel. In the red, orange and yellow
background, there are two blue and green arches. The text states, "AACE, Educational Counseling Project, Services: 1. Admission
application preparation 2. Financial aid application preparation 3. College entrance examination preparation 4. Career advisement,
Low income, disadvantaged youth and young adults, ages 14-27 years are welcome to use our free counseling services. Interested
persons must have not received a BA or BS degree. Veterans are not excluded by the age limitation if they meet other criteria.
AACE Educational Counseling Project is a non-profit counseling service. Our objective is to assist youth and young adults
pursue educational goals. Asian American Communities for Education (AACE), 2012 Pine St. San Francisco, CA 94115, (415) 921-5537".
The text is written in black.
General Physical Description note:
13 x 20 in.
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