September 8, 2015—Each summer, the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service offers the College Access Mentorship Program (C.A.M.P.) to high school students in Washington, DC. This summer Anderson de Andrade (C’17) served as an English teacher to nonnative students working to improve their English language skills. Watch as de Andrade explains how he learned that the most successful teaching is a “two-way street.”
Video by Kuna Malik Hamad.
To apply to be a C.A.M.P. mentor for the summer of 2016, please visit the CSJ website. Information sessions are typically held in March.