Freedom School

Alamo Elementary
Freedom School Dates: June 21 – July 29 (Closed July 4)

Application Deadline – May 1, Scholars Notified by May 8

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Overview

The Five Core Components Of Freedom School

The Nia Cultural Center’s CDF Freedom School assists and reinforces the efforts of school districts, libraries, families, and students to curb summer learning loss and close achievement gaps.

"I Can Make A Difference"

Themes for each week of Freedom School:

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The Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) Freedom Schools

The Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) Freedom Schools®, a six week, full day program for students in grades K -12 that seeks to build strong, literate, and empowered children prepared to make a difference in themselves, their families, communities, nation, and the world. By providing summer reading enrichment for children who might otherwise not have access to books, the program plays a much needed role in helping to curb summer learning loss and close achievement gaps. The Nia Cultural Center’s CDF Freedom School assists and reinforces the efforts of school districts, libraries, families, and students to curb summer learning loss and close achievement gaps.​

Servant Leader Intern

Position Summary: The Servant Leader Intern (SLI) serves as a classroom teacher in a Freedom School literacy based summer enrichment program. The SLI helps to serve breakfast and lunch, leads a literacy rich curriculum during the morning, and leads/chaperones activities in the afternoon. The Servant Leader Intern should be experienced in working with groups of children, responsible, energetic, possess the ability to think on his/her feet, be a good leader and a strong role model. For full requirements and more information, see the full Position Description here or click here to apply.

Introduction: Children's Defense Fund

CDF Freedom Schools Harambee

How You Can Help

We are a non-profit organization, we are looking forward to a peaceful world by helping each other to join hands together to bring
good things for people. Please join us to contribute small items or a little money to contribute to helping the disadvantaged.

Make a Donation

You can help your community by giving a kind donation towards the Nia Cultural Center.

Become a Volunteer

Help the community by becoming a volunteer at the Nia Culture Center. Your kind acts help change our community for the better.