Tag Archives: Tutoring

The Festival of Learning

OSF Team/ May 15, 2018/ K-12 Education

Sarah Raine Cheney, AmeriCorps VISTA | May 15, 2018 According to Wikipedia a festival “is an event ordinarily celebrated by a community and centering on some characteristic aspect of that community and its religion or cultures.” What I particularly like about this definition is that it’s defined as an event celebrated by a community. If you search the word festival on

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The Interfaith Coalition for Public Education Needs You!

OSF Team/ October 13, 2017/ K-12 Education, Post Secondary/ 0 comments

Guest Blog: Lynn Heffron and Lynn Bickley | October 13, 2017 Learn more about a great tutoring program here in Santa Fe! ​The Interfaith Coalition for Public Education, a network of concerned community members dedicated to improving outcomes in Santa Fe Public Schools, welcomes volunteers interested in elementary, middle, or high school classroom tutoring. Formed in 2012, the Interfaith Coalition recruited over 50

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Breakthrough Santa Fe

OSF Team/ October 12, 2017/ K-12 Education, Post Secondary/ 2 comments

Guest Blog: Marvin Noguedo | October 12, 2017 Learn more about a great tutoring program here in Santa Fe! Breakthrough Santa Fe is a college-access and preparedness program that helps prepare students in the Santa Fe area for a college education. We work closely with the Santa Fe Public Schools to identify motivated 6th graders who will need our support to

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Mentoring Movement Gains Momentum

OSF Team/ January 13, 2017/ K-12 Education, Post Secondary/ 0 comments

By: Molly Timmins | January 13, 2017 ​ Year Starts off with a surge in mentoring with a supercharged VISTA behind the wheel.January sees the launch of the Santa Fe Mentoring and Tutoring Collaborative (SFMTC), formerly the CONNECT Collaborative Working Group of the Birth to Career Collaboration, a collective impact initiative supported by the Santa Fe Community Foundation. Its mission is

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