April Olson, Director of Federal Programs
The 21st CCLC SUN Program serves students at 6 sites.
Jan 5, 2017
Module 1: The Basics, provides support for new staff and volunteers. Topics include CCLC history, core components of all CCLC programs, and grant requirements.
Module 2: Staff & Volunteer Guidance, covers roles and responsibilities, ongoing staff duties and responsibilities, and expectations to develop professionally.Learn More See all News
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