The mission and vision of the June Jordan School for Equity College & Career Office for Resources and Empowerment (CORE) is to support all of our students in developing critical thinking skills needed for preparation and success in their postsecondary and career goals. This is done through the following interventions and programming:

-       College and Career counseling

-       Community organizations that provide individual and group support including: EAOP UCSF, 7 Tepees, College Map, AdRoll

-       Dual and concurrent enrollment through the City College of San Francisco  

-       Work-based learning

-       Academic counseling

-       Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathways

-       Cross-collaboration through the wellness center staff around retention, truancy, identity, and self-care.

In providing an array of experiences and opportunities, we aim to support students in their development as independent thinkers and life-long learners with the self management, advocacy, social, and work skills to engage in college and career spaces after graduation. At the core of our programming, we want to provide

 

Through scaffolded academic and socio-emotional support through individual and group counseling sessions, classroom support and push-in, our programming works to build preventative and restorative interventions to reduce truancy, and increase student retention, academic progress, socio-emotional well-being, and successful matriculation to post-secondary programs. Students will graduate with concrete 6-year plans that provide students with the skills and competency to meet their personal and academic goals as well as being agents of social change in their communities.