[Ed-U-Cate] - To equip young scholars to reach their potential and beyond
“I became involved in Citizen Schools as an apprenticeship teacher after participating in their 6 Degrees event, which was promoted through my workplace, Cisco. I taught the Campbell Creative Crew class where students learned about advertising and the skills needed to create an ad campaign resulting in their own campaign development. The apprenticeship program is a place to teach what you love to students who require and desire knowledge on how they can become anything they want to be if they stay in school and go to college. The team at Campbell Middle School run a tight ship - keeping students inline, engaged and aware of their own brilliance. I have a long history of volunteering, fundraising and board membership with non-profits supporting children over the years. This approach currently has my attention and commitment - both heart and soul. I am excited to start my 2nd semester of the Campbell Creative Crew apprenticeship this week.” - Christine Styles, Volunteer Mentor/Teacher
ENVISIONEERS is a mission-driven organization committed to addressing the reality that systemic inequities in education have created too few of our nation's children the opportunity to thrive. The future work landscape in the United States is uncharted with opportunities that will demand new talents and skills. Yet, the majority of our students lack the opportunities and networks needed to thrive in this shifting landscape.
As a new member of our community, it is important for you to know the following statements that help to guide our work, decision-making, and external communications.
ENVISIONEERS leverages an Expanded Learning Day model to re-imagine the way scholars learn in the classroom, after school and in our communities
How do we do that? We foster and cultivate both the academic and social emotional skills of our scholars while exposing them to project-based learning with community mentors.
More real world problems bringing more relevance to why school matters!
More real people for more relationship building and growth of self-worth, acceptance and empathy! More collaboration to increase their self-confidence and communication skills!
More opportunities to be creative and problem solve
We leverage our expanded learning day model
Support self-efficacy, self-management, engagement, and teacher-student relationships as a pathway to academic gains
Our combination of cultivating positive relationships and providing collaborative, hands-on projects around problem solving are drivers of social emotional learning (SEL) for scholars
For more information or if you have questions please CONTACT US. We look forward to hearing from you!
SOUTH BAY LOCATIONS
RENAISSANCE ACADEMY AT FISCHER
RENAISSANCE ACADEMY AT MATHSON
JOSEPH GEORGE MIDDLE
WILLIAM SHEPPARD MIDDLE
*REDWOOD CITY UNIFIED
MCKINLEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
EAST BAY LOCATIONS
*WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED
BETTY REID SOSKIN MIDLE SCHOOL
HELMS MIDDLE SCHOOL
MONTERA MIDDLE SCHOOL
AURUM PREPARATORY ACADEMY
WESTLAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL
*Bold indicates Districts