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The University Eastside Community Collaborative (UECC)

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UCR College Corps

About UCR College Corps

UCR College Corps is part of #CaliforniansForAll College Corps, a statewide initiative committed to help college students to graduate on time with less debt while addressing societal challenges across California and developing civic-minded leadership skills. #CaliforniansForAll College Corps network consists of 6,500 undergraduate students at 45 college campuses. College Corps Fellows serve over the course of one academic year in local government agencies, schools, and not-for-profit organizations. Service placements focus on three priority areas: Education, Climate Action, and Food Insecurity

Application is now closed however UCR College Corps is still accepting applicant for the waitlist. 

Contact Information

To contact UCR College Corps, please contact Jess Saldivar, Interim UCR College Corps Director, at jessicamarie.saldivar@ucr.edu or call (951) 827-2514.

 

Make a Difference

The University Eastside Community Collaborative (UECC) is a partnership among the City of Riverside, Riverside Unified School District, and UC Riverside. Each year, UECC recruits 85 college students to become year-long AmeriCorps members who mentor and tutor youth at local schools and community centers throughout Riverside's Eastside to increase academic achievement in Math and English Language Arts.  These college students serve in 7 schools and 3 community centers, grades K-6, as positive role models. UECC offers tutoring to students who need it the most in the City of Riverside and an opportunity for college students to serve their community.

Thanks to AmeriCorps  and community partnerships, thousands of youth have benefited from the UECC’s academic assistance, youth programs and community service projects.

If you would like to join us this year in one of our community service projects, please click here UECC Service Projects and Volunteering Opportunities listserv

Statement of Reflection One Year Into the Pandemic

 

Our Mission

The UECC strives to improve the lives of youth in the Eastside of Riverside by providing academic assistance in their schools, providing a safe and welcoming after-school environment, and engaging Eastside residents in service to their community.

UCR College Corps is now recruiting for the 2022-2023 cohort!


   Administered by CaliforniaVolunteers and sponsored by the Corporation for National and Community Service.

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Mentor and tutor local youth for one year. Improve futures for a lifetime.

I never realized how much these kids go through and how much of an impact I could actually make on them.

UECC AmeriCorps Member