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Youth-to-Youth Service Programs 

Our Mission
Who We Are
Past Programs
Program Goals

Locations

Sponsors

In the News
Resources
Asset Map for the Green Bay School District


Our Mission

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Engage under-represented youth in our community with St. Norbert College students in a service-learning environment that promotes the success of the youth and SNC students.

Who We Are

  • Y2Y is a K-12 educational support system that works collaboratively with local agencies, higher educational institutions, and local school districts to work toward the common good.
  • Y2Y is an umbrella support system for 4 distinct programs on campus: Village Project, Michels Hall, CONNECTIONS, and SERV.
  • As an umbrella system, Y2Y works with community partners to integrate these programs into the existing out-of-school time programs in our community to provide experiential learning for our St. Norbert students and meet the needs of our community partners.


Program Goals
  • Encourage college awareness in youth
  • Provide positive adult role models to our youth
  • Develop an awareness of social issues in our community
  • Enhance our community by cultivating engaged citizens
Locations
  • Village Project
    • Ft. Howard Elementary
    • Keller Elementary
    • Eisenhower Elementary
    • Danz Elementary
    • Jefferson Elementary
    • Sullivan Elementary
  • SERV
    • Howe Community Resource Center
  • Connections
    • Howe Community Resource Center
  • Michels
    • Aldo Leopold
    • Big Brothers Big Sisters
    • Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay
    • Greater Green Bay YMCA
    • YWCA

Youth-to-Youth Service Program Sponsors:
   
Procter and Gamble

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The Youth-to-Youth Service Programs are thankful for our sponsors contributions. Without the help of our community, these programs would not be as successful.




In the News:


Youth Program Resources and Data:

St. Norbert College education majors host after-school programs

Through its Village Project partnerships, St. Norbert College provides its first-year education students the opportunity to mentor children in the Green Bay Area Public SChool District afterschool program. This academic service-learning project gives the college's students firsthand experience as future teachers; in return, young people in our community's schools receive quality academic and social support from positive adult role models, and a reference point for their own future exploration of higher education.

 

Afterschool Alliance

"In Wisconsin, 33% of K-12 youth are responsible for taking care of themselves after school."

Afterschool programs  help improve academic performance during school time hours and at home. Moreover, the programs positively impact student attitudes and aid in building healthy relationships.

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

DPI is a state agency that advances public education and libraries in Wisconsin.

The website provides information on

  • resources for educators, parents, and community members
  • articles and research
  • state learning standards
  • press releases and other news
  • budgeting
  • programs

Wisconsin Information Network for Successful Schools

Provides information about schools' and districts'

  • performance levels
  • how it is staffed and funded
  • 7 characteristic of a successful school

Provides resources for

  • leadership development
  • planning tools
  • professional development
  • community partnerships

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"Being an important figure in a child's life is an amazing feeling. Knowing that they looked up to me and valued my opinions and thoughts helped me see just how important it is it get involved and work to make change. [...] Planting the seed of hope in all students is the first set to successful futures for all."

St. Norbert Village Project Pre-Service Teacher


 

Youth-to-Youth Service Program Partners:

green bay area public school district

YMCA

Boys and Girls Club

Campus compact



Green Bay School District Asset Mapping Project
This interactive GIS map was developed by SNC student, Hannah Sternig  with faculty member Krissy Lukens.
This map will help inform the Green Bay School District and the community of what services are available for
students, and where opportunities for partnering might exist.

 

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Sturzl Center for Community Service & Learning

Phone: (920) 403-3374
Fax: (920) 403-4043
E-mail: sturzlcenter@snc.edu


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