CASA’s Youth Engagement Initiative hopes to address the academic, socio-emotional, and environmental needs of all learners through this local immersion program.
We provide the opportunity for USD students to work as classroom mentors, spending 8-10 hours a week in a local K-12 educational setting. Through this program, USD students are exposed to the learning that occurs both outside and inside the classroom walls as they build community with our partner schools in Linda Vista. Volunteers are welcome, and Federal Work Study job opportunities are available.
If you would like more information or are interested in becoming a classroom mentor, contact Nina Schneider email@example.com or Edgar Chavarria firstname.lastname@example.org