CCS Chosen for Inaugural Cohort of NC Education Corps
Published by Angel Hoggard on November 18, 2020
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Fayetteville, NC – Are you a compassionate, entrepreneurial leader who yearns to make a positive impact on the lives of K-12 students across North Carolina? If yes,” the North Carolina Education Corps (NCEC) needs YOU!

In response to COVID-19’s devastating impact on K -12 education across the state, the NCEC aims to build a better North Carolina by activating citizens –including college students, recent college graduates, and retirees — to support K-12 students across the state by tutoring, counseling, contact tracing and more, while earning a living wage.

The North Carolina State Board of Education’s executive committee recently selected Cumberland County Schools (CCS) as one of 19 districts that has been  approved to participate in the inaugural cohort of the Corps, which is seeking community-minded changemakers to close the education divide and advance student achievement

The NCEC plans to recruit, train and deploy 200+ Corps members to provide student support services, either virtually and/or in person to school districts like CCS across the state this spring, starting in January 2021. A six-month commitment is required. The application deadline is Sunday, November 22.

To learn more or to apply, visit nceducationcorps.org/application.

        

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