March 26, 2007
Project STEP-UP is an award-winning volunteer tutoring and mentoring program that was founded in 1988. The program uses the talents of undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students from Case to provide tutoring and mentoring services to at-risk youth that attend Cleveland Public schools. The program invites both volunteer and work-study students from Case to serve throughout the year. Project STEP-UP serves as the umbrella for three important literacy projects: Church of the Covenant, AmericaReads*AmericaCounts and Ohio Reads University Circle Literacy Corp.
Posted by: Debra Crawford March 26, 2007 12:39 PM
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