The Education and Mentoring Department connects Santa Clara students with mentoring and tutoring programs in our own and the surrounding communities.
Department Coordinator Marianna Moore: email@example.com Major: Child Studies and Minor in Environmental Studies
Downtown College Prep (DCP) Downtown College Prep is a charter high school guiding first-generation students towards success. Come volunteer for a rewarding experience tutoring students and telling them about what it's like attending college!
Program Coordinator Adrianna Oliver: firstname.lastname@example.org Major: Undeclared Business
Kid's Club Want to spend time with kids and get involved in the local community? Kid's Club is an after school program that focuses on giving children a positive and safe place to work on their math, reading, and writing skills. As a Kid's Club volunteer, you will be a friend and a tutor to elementary school students. Join us for this fun and meaningful opportunity!
Program Coordinator Isabella Whitworth: email@example.com Major: Biochemistry and History
ESL on Campus Whether you speak a ton or not much Spanish at all, help our friendly on-campus workers better their English. Teach a class or work one-on-one and get to know the people who help keep our school in top notch form.
Program Coordinator Melanie Vezjak: firstname.lastname@example.org Major: Undeclared Business
Sunol Sunol Middle school is an alternative school for at trouble youth. Sunol works to foster an environment where these students can grow emotionally, socially, and intellectually in hopes of reintegrating them into their respective schools. Santa Clara mentors will work 1 on 1 in an interactive fashion with hopes of teaching mentees goal setting skills through a number of activities.
Program Coordinator Omar Herrara Luna: email@example.com Major: Undeclared Business
Learning in an Urban Community with Higher Achievement (LUCHA) LUCHA volunteers help first generation elementary students catch up to their peers in their reading abilities. One-on-one tutoring sessions provide the attention and focus to set young students from East San Jose up for continued academic success.
Program Coordinator Jon Tuttle: firstname.lastname@example.org Major: Political Science and Spanish