The Education Alliance is working to improve student’s attendance, behavior and course performance through its AmeriCorps on the Frontline program. Through this program, AmeriCorps members provide a mentor-based intervention to at-risk students in grades 3-12. The program has track record of success with 50% of students improving in attendance, 71% in behavior and 64% in course performance.
An opportunity is available for 3 additional counties to receive AmeriCorps members that provide mentoring services to at-risk students and support their dropout prevention efforts. Interested schools should submit Notice of Interest by April 17, 2018.
For more information contact Emily Pratt at 304-342-7849 (phone) or email@example.com.