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For the Very First Time, We Saw Where Our Food Comes From

A trip to Nestle and to Muir Ranch gets the Pathfinder Fellows thinking about where their food comes from.

Growing up in the neighborhoods we've grown up in, we've never had a chance to see where our food comes from or how it's created, and we've never seen an actual farm. That all changed in the eighth week of the Pathfinder Fellowship. We visited Nestle Corporation and headed to an urban farm, Muir Ranch in Pasadena.

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Every Kid Needs a Chance to Write a Weird 'Choose Your Own Adventure' Tale

At 826LA, when you're writing, there is no wrong answer and students are encouraged to be as weird as they'd like.

A trip to 826LA was this week's great adventure for the Pathfinder Fellows. Founded in 2005, 826LA is a chapter of the nonprofit organization 826National, which helps students with creative and expository writing skills. There are two 826 locations in Los Angeles, in the Mar Vista community, and in Echo Park. We headed to the Echo Park location, which is creatively named "The Time Travel Mart."

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How Do You Really Figure Out What You Want to Do?

What do you want to do with your life? GOOD's Pathfinder Fellows are on their way to figuring it out.

This is week four of the Pathfinder Fellowship. Every week on Mondays, we take a field trip to businesses or community organizations to learn about different job skills and issues. This Monday we teamed up with Zack Simone, an executive at Fox Studios. We learned about the way television and its ratings work. The way Zack talked to us, he sounded like he enjoys his job and what he does.

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