The SCOPE Project: Produced by Devan Maurer from Cardinal Stritch University.
SCOPE: Stritch Center for Opportunity and Promise in Education.
The SCOPE Prep Program (Stritch Center for Opportunity and Promise in Education) is a 10-week learning experience for children from elementary to middle school. SCOPE works to improves academic skills while inspiring its students to dream of a college education. During the program, Cardinal Stritch University faculty, staff and students give their time and talents to provide leadership, mentorship, and tutoring services in reading, writing, and math. Students involved with SCOPE build a friendship with those from Stritch through becoming pen pals and writing two letters to a college student while also participating in two visits on campus.
Enrollment for the program is limited and, as of now, only provided for those living in the Greentree-Teutonia housing development and surrounding area. Fill out your application to join the program here.
For more information on how to support, partner, or become a tutor with SCOPE contact Teon Austin, director of Lifetime Learners and SCOPE Prep, through Cardinal Stritch University.