Improving Children’s Grades and Academic Achievement Young people attending formal after-school programs often spend more time in academic activities and in enrichment lessons than do their peers left unsupervised after school. Children whose out-of-school time includes 20-35 hours of constructive learning activities do better in school. Studies indicate that students in after-school programs show better […]
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By Heather Tirado Gilligan Posted By Dan On July 26, 2011 (8:00 am) In Community Report Center director Regina Jackson and youth instructor Jamal Rashead discuss the day’s science class with participants in the summer Cultural Enrichment Program. The East Oakland Youth Development Center should feel institutional, with its white walls, scuffed but clean blue […]
Holiday Shopping with the Oakland Raiders-Kamerion Wimbley Raiders linebacker Kamerion Wimbley hosted his “Shop with a Jock” Tuesday at Walmart for 50 children from the East Oakland Youth Development Center (EOYDC). This private event gave homeless, neglected and abused children from the Oakland area a night of fun, filled with food, games, and a […]
EOYDC on KTVU-2 Tv.. Introduces programs and events..
Pathways to college presents… sisterhood across America.
EOYDC’s Adonal Foyle Making A Difference In Youth Basketball Kerosene Lamp Foundation Athletic and Academic Camp. From KGO-ABC News EOYDC and Adonal Foyle KTVU-FOX Feature. From KTVU-FOX EOYDC and Adonal Foyle KNTV-NBC. From KNTV-NBC
The reason I didn’t finish high school is because I had a baby at an early age and a hard time with a steady babysitter. I attended until the 11th grade in the C-tap program, and I found it hard to maintain a new baby and good grades. Being so young, I felt that it was […]
To receive your Certificate of Completion like the one shown below, you must complete a minimum of 32 hours of Employment Training.
EOYDC in collaboration with Shamwari Gallery and City of Oakland Crafts & Cultural Arts Department sponsored a series of Stone Carving Workshops at EOYDC. This project was designed to give participants’ knowledge of art. Sculpture is one of the oldest known art forms and has a storied history in Sub-Sahara Africa. Participants get an introduction […]
During this course students will literally learn how to assemble and configure an IBM class computer.
This mural was sponsored by the LEF Foundation to help create the concept that people working together can make a positive change in there community, that they can learn to respect each others differences, and that despite cultural differences we can work together for the common good. The mural was conceived, designed and, painted by […]
This class is designed to help our youngest participants ages 8-12, understand the basic operations of the computer as it relates to everyday use. The long-term goal of this class is to teach students how to use the computer to complete school projects and assignments. Upon entering the class, each student will receive personalized typing […]
Each year, Pam adds new things to the Creative Writing curriculum. During the summer of 2009, Pam hosted approximately 25 youth on a series of field trips: KRON 4 Studio Lake Chabot Park De Young Museum (the King Tut exhibit) Chabot Space & Science Center Marcus Bookstore Often, Pam makes special events available to EOYDC […]