REACH stands for Raising Education Attainment Challenge. The REACH Program at the Cornell Public Service Center is a student initiative consisting of Team Leaders, America Reads/Counts Challenge tutors (ARCC), and volunteer tutors committed to supporting community organizations and schools serving children’s academic and social needs.

The purpose of the program is to recruit and mobilize a diverse, talented group of tutors so that they may have the necessary resources, peer support, and leadership to assist in the enhancement of academic achievement of children and youth in grades pre-K-12th.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Find out more about REACH!

Informational activities for REACH will be going on all week! Find out more about the REACH program and how to apply at the following events:

(1) CLUBFEST: Sunday, August 30, 1pm-4pm (Come find the REACH table, talk to current tutors, ask questions, take a REACH sticker or quartercard, and sign up for our list serve!)

(2) INFORMATION SESSION #1: Tuesday, September 1, 5pm-6pm, Lewis Auditorium in Goldwin Smith Hall. (Find out more about the application process and about REACH as an organization. Meet the Site Leaders for each of our different locations, and learn more about what it is like to work at those different sites).

(3) INFORMATION SESSION #2: Wednesday, September 2, 5pm-6pm in Room 165, McGraw Hall. (Same content as Information Session #1).

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