Community Partners

The CEC and CASA Pitzer would like to share our support efforts for our community partners during this time. For information on how you can help our community partners, please visit our COVID-19 Community Partner Support page for a few initiatives we are currently working on!

Programs and Workshops

Wednesday, November 18th. 2020 | 9:30-11am PST
“Living the Dream” Panel

Join the Latino and Latina Roundtable/ College for All / PUSD / Chaffey High School Partnership “Living the Dream” Panel that will include a diversity of students from local colleges who will share their experiences on applying to college, the obstacles they have faced and how they have overcome those obstacles. This panel is part of ongoing efforts to advance a pipeline to college especially for underrepresented students.  Students, parents, and all those interested are invited – but you must register for the webinar by November 5. 

Pomona Public Library & Foundation
Registration: www.tutorfly/s/homework-club/

Free Online Tutoring for Students in K-6 grade
Let us help your child succeed in school

Date: Monday through Thursday
Time: 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Focus: Online Tutoring

Tutoria Gratuita en Linea para Estudiantes de K-6
Permitanos ayudar a su hijo a tener exito en la escuela!

Dias: Lunes-Jueves
Hora: 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Enfoque: *Tutoria en Linea

Virtual Life Skills Workshop
YAC Register: Claremont YAC Registration
TAC Registration: Claremont TAC Registration

Do you need help with planning, organizing, budgeting, and more? This is the perfect workshop for you! Come join us as we learn important life skills to prepare for the future!

Date: Every Tuesday
Time: 4:00pm-5:30pm PST
FMI contact 909-399-5490

You must register for these Youth Programs before attending

Virtual Study Session
YAC Registration: Claremont YAC Registration
TAC Registration: Claremont TAC Registration

Study with your peers!

Date: Every Thursday
Time: 4:00pm-5:30pm PST
FMI contact 909-399-5490
You must register for these Youth Programs before attending


The Waiting Room with Nadine Graves

This podcast provides a mic for the unheard. Exposing the invisible impact of the US Criminal Justice System through the stories of those waiting for justice, waiting for freedom and the professionals helping those in the wait.

Our hope is that through listening to our visitors stories the invisible impact of mass incarceration and our criminal justice system will be exposed. Stigmas will be eliminated and empathy will be ignited so that both visitors and listeners will leave feeling encouraged to take action to help create a more just and merciful society for us all.

If you or a loved one have been impacted by our criminal justice system or mass incarceration or if you are a professional helping those in the wait, we’d love to have you share your story on the podcast. Please contact us at “- Nadine Graves, Esq, Public Defender

Community Partner Outtake Survey

The CEC values student input. By completing these surveys you are providing us with:
Valuable feedback that will inform our practice of social justice and will help us improve the services we provide to our partners.
+Statistical data that will assist in securing funds to continue our existing programs, help launch new programs, and provide support to our partners.
+Evaluatory materials that will assist with WASC accreditation and other institutional processes that are vital to the operation of Pitzer College and CEC’s continued existence.

Please complete each survey only once per semester. Should you have any questions regarding this process or anything at all, please contact our Director, Tricia Morgan