Education in DC
The Center for Social Justice offers diverse opportunities for undergraduates and graduate students to be involved in issues on education in Washington, DC, including: tutoring and mentoring youth; connecting DC families with educational resources; conducting research; and supporting advocacy efforts with DC families. Click below to learn how you can get involved.
e2DC Programs: EngageDC x Education
- After School Kids (ASK) Program
- DC Reads
- DC Schools Project (DCSP)
- DC STEM
- Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning (SITL)
CSJ provides resources for and advises over 40 student-led social justice organizations. These organizations conduct both advocacy and direct-service projects. Click below to learn more about CSJ Student Organizations that mentor and tutor in the greater Washington region.