Vote for Citizen Schools as a ‘Changemaker’!

Citizen Schools has been selected as a finalist in the Partnering for Excellence: Innovations in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Education competition! Citizen Schools’ innovation has a chance to win prizes worth up to $30K. Voting takes place over three weeks starting October 5th and we need your help. Please VOTE and help Citizen Schools close the achievement gap through STEM education!

Additional ways you can help out…

Citizen Schools can always use a little help here and there whether it’s volunteering as a Citizen Teacher, serving on a career panel for TFs, or just for a visit to see a friendly face. Check out some opportunities below to find out how you can help out at a Citizen Schools program near you.

CALIFORNIA

Spend an afternoon inspiring 8th graders by sharing your story!

Citizen Schools California is looking to recruit people to be a part of College & Career Panels at our campuses in Oakland, Redwood City, East Palo Alto, and Campbell. In 8th Grade Academy (8GA), our students are learning about college, careers, and the power of networking. Come join in this easy, fun, one-afternoon commitment to share a little about your college and career experience. Most panels are ~ 4 pm-6 pm; dates are in late October and early November. Contact noragermano@citizenschools.org to volunteer. For more details, click here.

TEXAS

Volunteer to lead an In-Service training or serve on a career panel at an In-Service in Texas!

Citizen Schools Texas is looking for alumni volunteers at inservices by leading instructional sessions, professional development sessions, and/or serve on a panel.  If you’re interested, contact Amanda Austin, amandaaustin@citizenschools.org by October 18th.  Also, we need volunteers to sit on a panel to offer our Teaching Fellows advice about choosing and applying for graduate school.  Contact Beka Perry at rebeccaperry@citizenschools.org for more information.

 

 

 

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