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The 65th Street Corridor Tutoring/Mentoring Program is part of a Service-Learning partnership between the Department of Ethnic Studies at Sacramento State University and Hiram Johnson High School (HJHS) and Will C. Wood Middle School (WCW) as well as the surrounding communities where Sacramento State University students, faculty and staff are meaningfully engaged to provide valuable experience and education for our students and for the empowerment of the youth and community along the 65th Street Corridor.

The Tutoring/Mentoring Program is designed for undergraduate students to serve as mentors and improve the educational attainment and lives of 7th-12th grade students. At the same time, the program provides undergraduate students at Sacramento State a valuable learning experience that inspires future service to youth and the community.


Interested? Here's how you can take an active role in addressing the concerns, needs, and hopes of your community.

Students interested in the Tutoring/Mentoring Program must attend a mandatory on-campus Orientation as well as a mandatory on-site Training. A Make-Up Orientation is also available for those who cannot attend the initial Orientation. 

Students are also required to complete the forms listed below. All documents must be turned in to Amador Hall, Room 463 by 5pm no later than the due dates stipulated by the coordinators in order for you to participate in the program and receieve credit.

NOTE: The Service-Learning Program Coordinator will provide students with a copy of each of the forms listed below at the on-campus Orientation.

During the Orientation

Check-Out Form

Forms (* = Mandatory before tutoring begins)

*Student Availability Forms

*SCUSD Volunteer Sex Offender Check Authorization Form

*Emergency Contact and Information Form

*Tuberculosis Test Results

 *CEC Online Training

Before end of Semester

Reflection Paper

Student Service-Learning Agreement (SSLA) 

Sacramento State Student Service-Learning Time Log

Service-Learning Placement Evaluation