Chabot College | Spring 2022 Class Schedule

Chabot College • Spring 2022 Class Schedule 27 510.723.6600 • SPECIAL PROGRAMS & SERVICES PUENTE PROJECT 510.519.7433 Want to be part of a Chabot familia? The Chabot College Puente Project is a two semester program that blends wri Ɵ ng, counseling and mentoring with a curriculum that focuses on Mexican American/La Ɵ no History, authors and issues. The Puente Project is an academic prepara Ɵ on program that has improved the college-going rate of tens of thousands of California’s educa Ɵ onally underserved students. Its mission is to increase the number of educa Ɵ onally underserved students who: Enroll in four-year colleges and universi Ɵ es; Earn college degrees; Return to the community as mentors and leaders of future genera Ɵ ons The program is open to all students who agree to par Ɵ cipate in all course and program ac Ɵ vi Ɵ es. For more informa Ɵ on, please contact the Chabot Puente O ffi ce at [email protected] P U E N T E SYSP Έ SUMMER YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAM Ή 510.723.7676 The Summer Youth Sports Program (SYSP) provides youth from our local community an opportunity to par Ɵ cipate in a comprehensive summer program involving sports and other educa Ɵ onal ac Ɵ vi Ɵ es, including swimming, soccer, and pre- college informa Ɵ on. RISE 510.723.7249 The RISE Programwas created to support formerly incarcerated and systems impacted students of Chabot College. Whether you have ever been to juvenile hall, jail or prison, or impacted by a rela Ɵ ve who has, the RISE Program is here for you. We provide a s Ɵ gma-free environment where RISE Scholars can study, learn and grow on their path from reentry through gradua Ɵ on and beyond. We provide peer mentorship, and connect our students with college and community based resources so they can achieve their educa Ɵ onal, personal and career goals. UMOJA PROGRAM 510.723.2664 The Umoja Community Program, is a statewide program that has helped thousands of educa Ɵ onally disadvantaged students graduate and/or transfer to four year colleges and universi Ɵ es. This program addresses students’ needs through academic support services and curriculum focused on African American history, literature, and culture. Umoja currently o ff ers COMM 1, ENGL 1 and 4, HLTH 1, HIS 63, PSCN 4, PSCN 23, THTR 10. For more informa Ɵ on, call 510.723.2664. Bene fi ts of joining the Umoja Community: We o ff er the 3 C’s 1. Classes- are accelerated, transferable, aligned with your academic goal(s) 2. Counseling-academic and personal, helping you to plan your success, and stay mo Ɵ vated 3. Community-we go on college tours, host spoken word events, movie nights, support groups, community service, and many other ac Ɵ vi Ɵ es VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER 510.723.7582 Veterans Resource Center (VRC) at Chabot College is designed to assist veterans and their dependents in reaching their educa Ɵ onal goals. The VRC is your liaison to the Department of Veterans A ff airs to help you process the necessary educa Ɵ onal bene fi ts claims. For more informa Ɵ on about Special Programs, please visit our website:

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