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First Name            

Last Name            

Email Address      

Phone Number      

Are you a Student? Yes  No 

What Grade / Year?  (Please Check One)

High School?  

 9th Grade   10th Grade   11th Grade  12th Grade 

Estacado High School                             

Talkington High School                

Rise Academy                             

Matthews Alternative                 

Lubbock High School              

Coronado High School            

Monterrey High School             

Other                                  

Junior High?   

Dunbar College Prep            

 

Post Secondary?

Texas Tech University              

Lubbock Christian University   

Wayland Baptist University       

South Plains College               

Other                                    

Year (Fresh, Soph, etc)          

Major                                    

 

How would you like to volunteer?     Individual      or as a Group?            

Name of Group 

 

 

Explore VOICEs of Hope

The VOICE Project is a community outreach program of the East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood that strives to capture and share authentic and inspiring stories of faith, hope and service.

Learn more about the VOICE Project.

About ELPN

The East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood is an US Department of Education funded initiative committed to working with the residents of East Lubbock, Texas to support and advocate for our children – ensuring that both children and parents have access to the resources they need to grow, learn and succeed.

Contact Us

Mackenzie Village Shopping Center
1702 Parkway Dr.
Lubbock, TX 79403
806-834-6838

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jacob

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