Building 700 2nd fl, Room 767B, (510) 723-7676
Chabot College is one of various partners in the Hayward Promise Neighborhoods (HPN) working to revitalize the South Hayward neighborhood. The Chabot HPN Program works collaboratively to provide students and families in South Hayward comprehensive support throughout the “cradle to college to career” pipeline.
Learn more about the Hayward Promise Neighborhood partnership.
Elementary, middle, or high school students who live in the South Hayward Neighborhood OR attend one of the following schools:
- Burbank Elementary
- Ruus Elementary
- Tyrrell Elementary
- Cesar Chavez Middle School
- Tennyson High School
Middle and High School Students
- Academic Advising begins with setting educational goals, exploring options and opportunities, and providing students with clear, concise and up-to-date educational information of all types.
- Academic Planning
- A-G course & selection planning
- Transfer planning
- Choosing a Major
- Financial Aid Information
- FAFSA/Dream Act application
- College applications
- ACT/SAT prep courses
- Study skills and habits
- Academic Planning
- Academic Support/Tutoring in Math and English Language Arts.
- Early College opportunities for high school students through Concurrent Enrollment and Bridge to College for middle school students.
- Field Trips to college campuses and cultural venues.
- Mentoring creates relationships with students which positively contribute to students’ personal and academic experiences and success.
- Summer Programming combining mentoring, early college, field trips, and workshops.
- Workshops on a variety of topics which support the students both academically and social-emotionally.
Elementary School Students
Summer Youth Sports Program provides elementary school students in HPN with a free, half-day program that offers a variety of sports; fun, hands-on academic activities; and college-going identity building.
HPN Grant Coordinator
We are also open to undocumented students.
Learn more about Dreamers support and resources for undocumented students.