San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
During Match Day, you will learn learn strategies for working with middle schoolers, receive support for planning a successful apprenticeship, and (most importantly) get to meet your Spark student apprentice.
Saturday, March 2nd, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
There will be coffee (and other things!)
Orientation will be held in The Library, Parking is available in the lot off of Hobart between 6th and Wilshire. Look for signs to find us.
Contact Sean Diaz, Program Coordinator
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Office: (213) 344-4841
Cell: (415) 806-2936
When & Where
Spark is a national nonprofit that re-engages underserved seventh and eighth grade students, keeping them on track and ready for success in high school and beyond through workplace-based apprenticeships that uniquely combine mentoring, project-based learning, skill building and career exploration.
By intervening early, Spark partners with schools to reach disengaged students at a critical inflection point in their education. Spark brings students out of the classroom and into the workplace for project-based mentoring coupled with an in-school Leadership Curriculum that emphasizes the importance of skills including teamwork, time management and goal setting to prepare students for a successful transition to high school. Supported by more than 80 hours of powerful, hands-on programming, 89% of Spark students enter ninth grade on track to graduate on time, compared to 70% of their peers.