Hayward Promise Neighborhood

COVID-19 Chabot HPN Update

Many of our services, including Bridge to College and Pipeline to College Middle and High School, are held on HUSD campuses and we are abiding by their schedules and protocols. Visit the HUSD website for up to date information on HUSD school closures, free meals for students and online learning resources. We are working with our school partners to provide online support and resources for students and families.

For additional HPN resources and updates, please follow @hayward_promise on Instagram.

 

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.

Eligibility

Elementary, middle, or high school students and their families who live in the South Hayward Neighborhood OR attend one of the following schools:

We are also open to undocumented students.
Learn more about Dreamers support and resources for undocumented students.


Services Provided


Bridge to College

Chabot College classes for middle/high school students. Classes count towards both middle/high school and college credit. Offered onsite at César Chávez Middle School and Tennyson High School. Please contact YEP for course offerings and enrollment information.

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Pipeline to College, Middle and High School

Prepares students for college by building confidence and esteem and increasing academic skills through mentoring, tutoring, advising, workshops, career exploration, family workshops and field trips. Offered onsite at César Chávez Middle School and Tennyson High School.


Summer Youth Sports Program (SYSP)

A free, summer camp for 4th – 7th graders, offering sports and hands-on STEAM while building a college-going identity. SYSP includes a workshop series on supporting STEAM at home for campers’ parents and caregivers.

Teacher/Educator Pathway

Chabot is working to provide clearer pathways for students interested in careers in education, including pathways from high school; the development of additional curriculum; clearer information and guides for students; supporting the CATE club (Chabot Association for Teacher Education); employment experience and opportunities like tutoring; and agreements with 4-year institutions to which our students may transfer.

Early Childhood Education

Chabot is offering additional outreach, enrollment efforts, support and employment assistance to current and potential Early Childhood Department (ECD) students who are from the South Hayward Neighborhood and/or who graduated from Tennyson High School. We also offer Spanish-speaking ECD cohorts.


Meet Our Team

Robin Galas
HPN Grant Coordinator
rgalas@chabotcollege.edu
510-723-7570
Building 700 2nd fl, Room 767B

Alan David
Outreach Specialist (Bridge to College)
adavid@chabotcollege.edu
510-723-7614
Building 100, CC-CPT Outreach

Terra Lee
Sr. Instructional Assistant - Career Navigator Early Childhood Development
tlee@chabotcollege.edu
510-723-7629
Building 400, Room 402U, 1st fl

Contact Us

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