The grant project provides a place for ongoing discussions and reflections with a focus issues of identity, culture, faith, and community.
This grant project develops a sustainable community health program for the parents and their children at Washington Elementary School.
This grant project works with five parents in the Greater Washington community of San Jose to support math and literacy development among children between the ages of two and five.
This grant project provides a series of workshops for families in the Greater Washington neighborhood that will support parents in forming stronger relationships with their children means to combat gang pressures.
Initiative from the Leavey School of Business to provide SCU students with community-based learning opportunities at local businesses and to foster economic prosperity in Greater Washington.
Community representatives from Greater Washington participate in Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice to bring local voices to representatives on issues of immigration reform.
The Thriving Neighbors Initiative represents a long term commitment to the Greater Washington community.
Thriving Neighbors will bring all that SCU has to offer together with the Greater Washington community to create mutually beneficial, interconnected and multidisciplinary solutions.
Thriving Neighbors is a continuation of a history and tradition of community engagement at SCU.