Provide educational, interpersonal, and character development experiences for Scholars through mentoring, tutoring, seminars & other enrichment activities.
- After four weeks, Scholars will be able to successfully complete homework assignments in a minimum of two of their classes.
- After eight weeks, Scholars will be able to successfully complete homework assignments in all of their classes.
At the end of the year, the Scholars will have successfully met all course requirements and will be promoted to the next grade with above average grades.
- At the end of the year, the Scholars and Mentors will perceive themselves as partners with mutual goals for the Scholar as determined by questionnaires, surveys, and personal goals.
- At the end of four weeks, seven weeks, six months, and one year, the Scholar will demonstrate an increasingly positive attitude about the future, opportunities for learning, and ways to be a productive citizen as determined by total scores on questionnaires and surveys.
Offer opportunities for Scholars to explore specific career options, including the knowledge, skills, and leadership attributes that are essential for succeeding as a student, a peer, and a productive citizen.
- After four weeks, eight weeks, six months, and one year, the Scholar will be able to demonstrate enhanced knowledge and skills in time management, decision making, and conflict resolution as determined by survey tools from Scholars, Mentors, Tutors, teachers, and parents.
- At six and twelve months, the Scholar, the Mentor, and the parents and teachers will participate in a brief interview about the overall progress of the Scholar.
- Compare the baseline grades in the Scholar’s classes with the six-month and nine- month scores with peers who did not participate in the program.
- Determine the extent to which the Scholar is more aware of and interested in cultural, recreational, and career opportunities that are or could be available to her/him through surveys from Scholars, Mentors, teachers, and parents.
- At the end of the year, the Scholar and Mentor will share an electronic portfolio that contains the information that has been generated over the year: grades, academic school work, creative projects, lists of events, documentation of sessions and interactions that occurred at CWRU, and a critique about the experience.