Social Justice in Syracuse Lecture Series

Hasan Stephens - Good Life Youth Foundation

The Community Hub sponsors a Social Justice in Syracuse lecture series focusing on structural inequality and social justice in the local area. All lectures will take place on Zoom in the spring 2021 semester.

Hasan Stephens - Good Life Youth Foundation
February 25, 2021 at 4pm

Kate Holmes - Catholic Charities
March 11, 2021 at 4pm

Randi Bregman & Angela Douglas - Vera House
April 8, 2021 at 4pm

Deka Dancil - Urban Jobs Task Force
April 29, 2021 at 4pm

Remote Tutoring Program

Tutoring

In response to the COVID-19 crisis and its current and future effects on students in Syracuse, Le Moyne College’s Community Hub is partnering with Syracuse University to help recruit remote tutors.  Syracuse University is working with organizations across the city to coordinate a city-wide remote tutoring program. This program offers subject area and educational technology support to K-12 and early college students across the city.

To support this program, we are asking for volunteers willing to participate in remote tutoring and educational technology support. If you’re interested in helping local students through telephone or online tutoring sessions and can commit to participating in at least one 45-minute session a week for the next few months, please complete and submit this brief volunteer form, which asks for your contact information, subject and grade-level preferences, and availability.

This program is partnering with organizations such as the Good Life Youth Foundation, the North Side Learning Center, SCSD ENL Department; Catholic Charities, and the YWCA to connect students with remote tutors.  For more information contact Alice Zicari at zicariac@lemoyne.edu.