The UCLA Community Based Learning Program (CBL) was founded as a vehicle to bring the resources of the university, especially its faculty and students, to the under-served communities of Los Angeles. The mission of CBL is to assist youth, both teenagers and young adults, with the transition from adolescence to adulthood. This includes encouraging youth to move from secondary to post-secondary education and on to meaningful careers and productive adult lives.
For the past 15 years, the program has worked with partners in the community, including schools, religious institutions, and community-based organizations, to provide youth development activities, job training, and educational services to young people throughout the City of Los Angeles. Historically, CBL has been engaged with low-income communities of color with young people who have limited education and work experience.We work with youth between the ages 14-24 and offer tutoring and homework assistance at the center at no cost! We are in need of tutors in all subjects!
If you like working with youth ages 14-24 and are interested in bringing in your tutoring skills to help our students, this is an excellent opportunity for you!
Monday - Thursday 2:30 pm-6pm
Tags: at-risk youth, disabilities, education, mentoring, special needs, tutoring, youth
Contact Person: Grecia Mondragon
Contact Email: email@example.com
Contact Phone Number: (310) 572-7680
Organization: UCLA YouthSource Center