California Teaching Fellows Foundation college student fellows and students celebrate with dancing on the final day of After School University with a carnival and showcase held at Fresno State Wednesday. Gonzalo Suarez, program director for California Teaching Fellows Foundation, said After School University brought together 1,300 kids from Fresno County and over 100 fellows and 50 high school students to help facilitate the experience. The elementary-aged students engaged in academic sessions and chosen electives throughout the summer-enrichment program.
California Teaching Fellows Foundation college student fellows and students celebrate with dancing on the final day of After School University with a carnival and showcase held at Fresno State Wednesday. Gonzalo Suarez, program director for California Teaching Fellows Foundation, said After School University brought together 1,300 kids from Fresno County and over 100 fellows and 50 high school students to help facilitate the experience. The elementary-aged students engaged in academic sessions and chosen electives throughout the summer-enrichment program. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
California Teaching Fellows Foundation college student fellows and students celebrate with dancing on the final day of After School University with a carnival and showcase held at Fresno State Wednesday. Gonzalo Suarez, program director for California Teaching Fellows Foundation, said After School University brought together 1,300 kids from Fresno County and over 100 fellows and 50 high school students to help facilitate the experience. The elementary-aged students engaged in academic sessions and chosen electives throughout the summer-enrichment program. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

Elementary-age students gain college experience at Fresno State

July 13, 2016 04:27 PM

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