Writing Institute Summer Session: Supporting Youth at College Track

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Attend an hour long in-person Information Session to learn more about becoming a mentor with College Track.

Why: About 12% of the total workforce in California who are aged 16-24 years old are working low wage jobs. By volunteering, you will empower students and youth to land higher wage jobs by addressing systemic inequalities and barriers to employment faced by underserved youth.

Who: Our non-profit partner, College Track, young scholars leverage a 10-year integrated program to confront systemic barriers and become the first in their family to earn a bachelor's degree, utilizing that degree to launch into a meaningful career.

What to Expect: Watch a presentation that shares more about the program, the families, and what you would be doing as a volunteer.

What's Required:

College Track requires background checks for volunteers who choose to move forward following the Information Session.

Have Questions or Need Accommodation? Email the Opportunity Coordinator below.

This opportunity is managed by L.A. Works.

All volunteers participating in this volunteer opportunity are expected to adhere to the health and safety guidelines outlined here: /www.laworks.com/health-and-safety


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  • Mon Jun 17, 2024 - 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM PST
    Los Angeles CA 90033 US

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About College Track


2130 E. First Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to empower students from underserved communities to graduate from college. From the summer before 9th grade through college graduation, our comprehensive, 10-year program teaches students the skills necessary to succeed in college and beyond.


? Tutor for a minimum of one hour at consistent times/days each week for the fall semester (September-December 2014) and/or spring semester (January-May 2015)? Ability to support High school A-G courses such as: Physics, Chemistry, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and/or Trigonometry, Spanish, French, AP world and US history, AP English, AP Calculus. ? Familiarity with effective study skills strategies highly desirable ? Experience working with and an understanding of issues related to racial, ethnic, class, and gender equity in education for students at the secondary and post-secondary levels




Mon Jun 17, 2024
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
This opportunity has 1 shift


Los Angeles, CA 90033







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