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Gerald Chertavian, Founder And CEO Of Year Up

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Gerald Chertavian, Founder And CEO Of Year Up

Gerald Chertavian, Founder And CEO Of Year Up

Gerald Chertavian, Founder And CEO Of Year Up

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Host Jessica Harris will speak with Geral Chertavian, founder and CEO of Year Up. It is a nonprofit organization founded in 2000 that provides one-year intensive education and training programs for young adults ages 19-24.

Later, we will also hear from Michael and Rick Mast, founders of Mast Brothers.

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