Berkeley LEARNS NEW CLASSES
Bridging Berkeley: Math Tutorial
Bridging Berkeley is a math mentoring program that matches UC Berkeley Work Study students and volunteers with Berkeley middle schoolers. Bridging Berkeley mentors work one-on-one with students to explore math concepts and inspire youth to pursue their college dreams!
Berkeley ANova organizes and leads after-school CS classes to teach students the basics of coding, or to help them learn more about CS if they already have some experience with it. Our official mission statement is that we are dedicated to making access to computer science more equitable, available, and achievable for students of all backgrounds.
Students will safely engage in skill-based art making and artistic hands-on projects and activities. Whether students are learning a new art practice or developing their technical and conceptual skills, they explore a variety of visual art media, experiment with techniques and materials, and dive deep into the creative process. Our Kala teaching artists will work closely with students to create a space for creativity, inquiry, self-expression, reflection and collaboration. From drawing a portrait, to painting the landscape, to printmaking and mixed media sculpture, students are introduced to diverse art making practices, ideas, and artists, and have the freedom to explore a range of issues and themes relevant to their lives and their communities.
If you're interested in any of these new classes or have any questions about any other enrichment class, please feel free to reach out to our Program Specialist - LaShonda Roquemore (firstname.lastname@example.org).