College students collaborate, design, and tailor programs to meet student needs, under the guidance of educators.
Using the C4C framework, college students learn to be mentors and leaders.
College students use school and community resources to improve the school experience.
Teachers design responsive project-based lessons focused on missed learning objectives based on school data.
College students learn to lead small groups and mentor younger students under the guidance of educators.
Students gain access to existing school resources while working in small group settings tailored to individual needs.
Students are exposed to college through field trips, workshops on college campuses, and college mentors.
Schools create opportunities for families and community to engage through positive interactions to demonstrate learning.
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Activities are connected to school day teaching through project-based learning.
Students learn how to set goals, work together, think critically, and make decisions through structured play.
Students visit college campuses and learn about life after high school.
C4C showcases student work and gives parents an opportunity to have positive interactions with the school.