East Palo Alto Tennis and Tutoring
is a free extended-day learning program for 1-12th grade students from the community. EPATT offers its unique mix of academic tutoring, parent education and tennis instruction. This fall they are offering virtual programs. Visit their website
to learn more!
supports all students to and through
college graduation. Our students receive advising on college applications, financial aid forms, and college selection. They also develop social-emotional skills, including how to ask for help, access resources, and build support networks. Unlike other college access programs that only accept high-achieving students, Future Grads is open to any student. Apply here
Tutoring opportunity is a great and most rewarding way to give back to your community. Some key points of the program: One hour a week – Flexible times – No previous experience needed – Ages 14-99 – Training provided – Earn community service hours. Visit the Healthy Cities website
for more information and to apply.
National Hispanic Institute (NHI)
provides high school 9th-11th-grade Latinx/a/o students with opportunities to participate in and benefit from internationally recognized leadership training and learning experiences. These opportunities serve to reinforce students’ commitment to strong academic performance, expand their networks in higher education, and choice to make community civic leadership an important part of their overall development. Visit their website
to learn more about how to get involved!
Additional student opportunities are included in the weekly newsletter!
is an academic program to support students from Freshman through Senior Year. Services Include Daily online tutoring, college, career, financial, and academic advising, Visit their website
or to sign up Click Here