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Kelly Beck, Jennifer Eustaquio, Theresa Metz, & Julie Wilson               NPEA - Boston               April 11, 2013
Stanford University   Haas Center for Public Service                Education               Partnerships
Education Partnerships believes allchildren, including low-income children, have aright to high quality educational experi...
   Cradle to college   Engage at key transition points    ◦ Strong early childhood    ◦ Reading at 3rd grade level    ◦ ...
Place your work or your organization’s workon the spectrum of higher education focus to               youth focus.
East Palo Alto                          Palo Alto   San Mateo County                           Santa Clara County   2.5...
Race/Ethnicity                       Race/Ethnicity                  Af Am                                Af Am           ...
Category                      Ravenswood City    Palo Alto Unified                               School District   School ...
• What should a university “expect from” its  surrounding community? And what should  it “give to” its surrounding communi...
Approach in which young people arepositively supported throughout path oflife, strengthening sense of self,belonging, and ...
 Safety Supportive   Relationships Youth Participation Skill Building Community Involvement     Community Network for...
 Positive         youth development Improved             communities Better       policies, programs and processes  Com...
For quality youth programs.Community Network for Youth Development (CNYD): http://www.cnyd.org/framework/index.php
In your group:• Review the quotes college students and   community youth.• Identify and discuss elements of Youth  Develop...
Successes                    Challenges• First Generation students   • Commitment & time• Ed. Partnership Fellows     • St...
Successes                   Challenges• Stanford network         • Community & campus                             distance...
Successes                      Challenges• Ethical & Effective Service   • Competing goals• Long-term relationships       ...
Kelly Beck, Jennifer Eustaquio,    Theresa Metz, & Julie Wilsonhaas.stanford.edu/students/edp
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to...
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University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to Effect Change in Education

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Presented at the 2013 NPEA conference by: Science in Service, Jumpstart, East Palo Alto Stanford Academy, and Ravenswood Reads - Haas Center for Public Service, Stanford University

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University-Community Partnerships: The Balance of Serving Underrepresented Youth while Developing Undergraduate Leaders to Effect Change in Education

  1. 1. Kelly Beck, Jennifer Eustaquio, Theresa Metz, & Julie Wilson NPEA - Boston April 11, 2013
  2. 2. Stanford University Haas Center for Public Service Education Partnerships
  3. 3. Education Partnerships believes allchildren, including low-income children, have aright to high quality educational experiences andopportunities.Every day, we connect Stanford students andRavenswood youth in mentoring relationshipsbecause mentoring is a powerful tool for helpingtoday’s youth while training tomorrow’s educators.
  4. 4.  Cradle to college Engage at key transition points ◦ Strong early childhood ◦ Reading at 3rd grade level ◦ Adolescent transition ◦ STEM preparation ◦ High school pathway to college Youth development focus
  5. 5. Place your work or your organization’s workon the spectrum of higher education focus to youth focus.
  6. 6. East Palo Alto Palo Alto San Mateo County  Santa Clara County 2.5 sq. mi.  23.9 sq. mi. Historical Events  Historical Events ◦ Fertile land ◦ Stanford ◦ Whisky Gulch University ◦ 1992 “Murder ◦ Tech companies Capital” Dreams of a City by Michael Levin– History of East Palo Alto
  7. 7. Race/Ethnicity Race/Ethnicity Af Am Af Am 16.7% 1.9% Latino Latino 64.5% 6.2% White White 6.2% 60.6% Polynesian Polynesian 0.2% 7.5% Asian Asian 3.8% 27.1%East Palo Alto Palo Alto
  8. 8. Category Ravenswood City Palo Alto Unified School District School DistrictFree/Reduced Lunch 92% 2%ELL 64% 9.5%3rd gr. Proficient+ ELA 32% 79%5th gr. Proficient+ Math 61% 90%8th gr. Proficient+ Science 34% 89%H.S. grad rate 64.6% 97.5%B.A./B.S. 15.8% 79.4%
  9. 9. • What should a university “expect from” its surrounding community? And what should it “give to” its surrounding community?• What should a community “expect from” its local university? And what should it “give to” its local university?
  10. 10. Approach in which young people arepositively supported throughout path oflife, strengthening sense of self,belonging, and resiliency.
  11. 11.  Safety Supportive Relationships Youth Participation Skill Building Community Involvement Community Network for Youth Development (CNYD): http://www.cnyd.org/framework/index.php
  12. 12.  Positive youth development Improved communities Better policies, programs and processes Community Network for Youth Development (CNYD): http://www.cnyd.org/framework/index.php
  13. 13. For quality youth programs.Community Network for Youth Development (CNYD): http://www.cnyd.org/framework/index.php
  14. 14. In your group:• Review the quotes college students and community youth.• Identify and discuss elements of Youth Development framework evidenced.
  15. 15. Successes Challenges• First Generation students • Commitment & time• Ed. Partnership Fellows • Stanford Context• Education Careers • Boundaries with youth• Educational access
  16. 16. Successes Challenges• Stanford network • Community & campus distance• Academic models • Program Capacity• College-going practice• Demystifying college • Transfer of Behaviors• After school/summer • Complexities of real world• Individual attention • Attendance/transience
  17. 17. Successes Challenges• Ethical & Effective Service • Competing goals• Long-term relationships • Sustaining relationships• Attracts university & • Funding programs donors • Measuring success• Ties within community
  18. 18. Kelly Beck, Jennifer Eustaquio, Theresa Metz, & Julie Wilsonhaas.stanford.edu/students/edp

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