Overview: Robinson Community Learning Center at Notre Dame





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Uploaded on Mar 2, 2009

The Robinson Community Learning Center (RCLC) was started in 2001 as an off-campus educational initiative of the Presidents Office at the University of Notre Dame in partnership with Northeast Neighborhood residents of South Bend. While RCLC staff now report to the Office of Public Affairs and Communication at Notre Dame, programs are overseen by a program advisory board comprised of residents, program partners, ND faculty/staff, and students. An estimated 500 participants come through the doors of the Center each week for regular programming. The Center also partners with the juvenile court and community schools in the Michiana area, with program outreach that connects with nearly 8,000 additional youth per year. This level of outreach is only possible due to strong and intentional relationships with community partners and the shared resources of the University and community.

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