Center for Student Involvement


CARE Mentor Program

CARE is a program run by the Hispanic Cultural Center of Oyster Bay, East Norwich. The program provides children from James H. Vernon Middle School and Roosevelt Elementary School with supervised activities including homework help, non-competitive games, cultural and civic enrichment activities, health, character and life skills education.

The overall goal of the program is to ensure that children from low income families where English is not their first language do not fall behind in academics and to provide a rich and rewarding experience to the children and their families.

The Adelphi University CARE mentor program is a collaborative program that Adelphi students work with children, K-6. Students who are chosen to participate in this program will work one-on-one with children, as well as participate in University-led trainings and discussions on their experience.

Applications were due by Friday, February 23, 2018
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Center for Student Involvement
Earle Hall, Lower Level
Rooms 001, 003, 004, 006 and 010
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