The art of conversation earns CSUF students like Amanda Humber course credit while helping community college ESL students learn English and prepare for citizenship.
When they are not tutoring school kids at Project Access locations throughout Orange County after school, Titan Tutors like Tiffany Cheng take on community service projects. Here, the team gleans fresh produce for food banks.
Urban gardens are cropping up all over north Orange County, providing CSUF students with research, learning, and community engagement opportunities. Under the direction of anthropology professor Sara Johnson and several other faculty, the Urban Agriculture Community-Based Research Experience (U-ACRE) project is reaping benefits for schools, homeless shelters, the Arboretum, and other community organizations.
Buena Park youngsters are conquering their academic challenges thanks to daily participation with ASES team members like Brianna Hedstrom, who work with them on homework, study habits, and social skills.
As ARC tutors, CSUF students like Rodrigo Arce pass on their love of learning to young kids at ARC sites throughout north Orange County.
Preschoolers like Brandon jump for joy while working with CSUF Jumpstart members to increase their vocabulary, social skills, and love for reading. Jumpstart works toward the day when every child begins kindergarten prepared for success.