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A Year of Literacy Highlights
This week's blog previews Engage San Francisco (ESF) Literacy's Year End Report detailing the program's impact on their partner schools for the 2020-21 academic year. Literacy Program Coordinator, Dresden Frazier-Smith, and Data Science Graduate Assi (More)
Lifting our Community’s Voices
We are honored to have been awarded the Jesuit Foundation Grant, given to academic programming, curriculum development, and research projects which address USF’s Jesuit Catholic mi (More)
Connecting Students with Community
In this week's blog, we hear from Jocelynn Esteban, the Program Manager for City Youth Now, a non profit organization in San Francisco that provides programs and services for youth in the juvenile justice a (More)
How To Be a Changemaker
While we are all busy preparing for a year of in-person learning, the Center wants to remind students that they can begin to explore their roles as Changemakers for the common good. Changemakers on campus and in community become well-informed and civ (More)
Designing Our Vision of Justice
Last month, a newly formed Mural Design committee gathered for the McCarthy Center's first in-person meeting since the Center closed in Spring of 2019. The committee made up of Center students, community partners, staff and faculty, were tasked with (More)
Supporting Year-Round Literacy
Throughout this month, we have highlighted our summer learning partnerships in the USF/ Heart To Heart/ Mo’MAGIC Summer Literacy program and the More)
Re-Engaging for the Fall
In this week's blog, we continue to celebrate National Summer Learning Week with a post from the Summer Academy Program (SAP) Program Director, Imène Ghernati and student teachers (More)
Empowering Youth through Literacy
Since its launch in 2014, More)
Poetry as a Unifying Force
As National Poetry Month comes to a close, Jacqueline Ramos, our Program Manager of Community-Engaged Learning and poet, speaks on the importance of poetry in activism. Also the Community Empowerment Activist Instructor, Ramos encourages our CEAs to (More)
The Path to SF Environment
In support of Climate Action Month in April, we want to highlight a community partner, co-educator, and mentor-supervisor for the McCarthy Fellows in San Francisco. Huy Le is the Hous (More)
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