Community Learning Center for Children and Youth (CLC)

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Center Overview

The Community Learning Center for Children and Youth (CLC) is a year-round instructional facility for College of Education and Human Services students. Through its staff of Cleveland State University faculty and students, the Center serves children, youth, and families from the greater Cleveland community. In a supervised educational setting, the Center instructs current and future educators by providing resources and services including assessment and tutoring in literacy and math to children and youth.

The CLC hours for Spring are:

Monday: 12:00-6:00
Tuesday: 12:00-6:00
Wednesday: 12:00-6:00
Thursday: 12:00-6:00
Friday: 12:00-5:30

Saturday and Sunday Closed
Contact Information:
Information Desk: 216-687-4768
Program Coordinator, Paula Mason
Office: 216-687-4621
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Steve Kimmelman, BBA ’80, has provided a gift to support undergraduate and graduate student tutors and supervisors to work with elementary school children in the Central neighborhood through the Community Learning Center for Children and Youth (CLC). This past Fall 2016, we have developed and implemented a tutoring program through the Marion Sterling Elementary School, serving children in 1st-3rd grades. At this time, we are planning to expand into an additional school for the 2017/2018 academic year.

Learn more about Steve's gift here.