California launched #CaliforniansForALL College Corps, the first of its kind initiative, to provide thousands of hours of service to address critical issues in K-12 education. The College Corps service program led by California Volunteers, Office of the Governor, provides college students with the opportunity to become College Corps Fellows and serve for an academic year.
CSU Fresno, through the Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning, is a recipient of the #CaliforniansForALL College Corps grant and anticipates this funding will support approximately 70 Fresno State Students and 50 Fresno City College students to provide as much as 54,000 hours of service to the community. In partnership with community-based organizations and local educational agencies (e.g., Fresno County Office of Education), the Fresno College Corps Fellows hold the potential to make a significant impact in mentoring and tutoring K-12 students.
This session provides an overview of evidence-based practices for designing, implementing, and evaluating high-impact tutoring programs. As the California Colleges and Universities selected to support the College Corps are engaging in Planning and Program Development until July 2022 to launch the Service Year in August 2022, it is imperative that grant recipients provide the training and implementation strategies to maximize the impact of tutoring on student learning outcomes.
This webinar, co-hosted by California Volunteers, the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence, State Board of Education, and California Department of Education is the second in a series of sessions that will support institutes of higher education, local educational agencies, and community-based organizations with implementing supplemental instructional programs and support services.
Every Neighborhood Partnership
Type of Audience
Other, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher
Family and Community Engagement, Responsive Teaching & Learning