Connecting Learners, Communities, and Contributors
Our project focuses specifically on connecting students with people who can serve as mentors to help student collaborative teams enact the connected learning youth activism projects they design and to make their projects freely accessible via various digital outlets.
Beginning with urban high school students’ authentic interests in bringing about meaningful change in their community, our project supports students to design and implement justice-oriented projects that will seek to change the inequities they live with every day. The students are acutely aware of the unjust education they have received and the trauma associated with everyday life in high poverty communities. Our project facilitates their developing relationships in the community by identifying mentors who can help them make the changes they want to see.
Our shared purpose is to take authentic action for justice and equity in the Rochester community and beyond.
connected learning roc 1801 East Main St Rochester, NY 14609 US
Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed