WTC San Francisco Funds Public Charter Schools

Aug 25, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA - One of the unique qualities of World Trade Center San Francisco (WTC-SF) is its utilization of the federal EB-5 investor program. WTC-SF has a history of job creation and international funding through this program while bringing high net-worth individuals to the United States for a stimulus to the local economy. This August, WTC-SF, along with partners EB-5 Bonds Consulting, have contributed their second funding to IDEA Charter Schools System, located in the state of Texas.

“EB-5 Bonds Consulting LLC, with the help of the World Trade Center San Francisco has raised funding using the EB-5 Visa program for the IDEA Charter Schools program in the State of Texas. The funding has helped create an opportunity for more students to experience the outstanding curriculum and teaching network that IDEA provides. We are excited about the continued work that IDEA does, and we plan to continue to support them.”
Aaron Beeson, Director of EB-5 Investments at EB-5 Bonds Consulting LLC.

IDEA Public Schools have quickly become one of the best and fastest growing charter school systems in the United States. IDEA is very proud to boast that 100% of their graduates end up going to college and have been rewarded with rankings in the Washington Post and U.S. News and World Report’s top high schools lists. (Our Story, 2016)

Through the EB-5 Program, WTC-SF has been able to contribute tens of millions of dollars as well as the creation of thousands of jobs to the United States economy. With the funding of IDEA Charter Schools, WTC-SF and its partners are impacting future generations.

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