Get Involved with Gateways
Gateways is looking for Evergreen students and community members with a strong commitment to cultural diversity and empowering young people to volunteer as co-learners, tutors/mentors, workshop leaders, and guest presenters at Maple Lane and Green Hill School (maximum-security juvenile institutions).
Gateways empowers incarcerated youth to create a positive future for themselves through youth driven cultural awareness and educational programming.
Since 1996, Gateways has provided a learning environment for incarcerated young men to build self-esteem, develop and strengthen their cultural identities, achieve educational goals, and learn with and from Evergreen State College students as they earn high school and college credits. The commitment and dedication of Evergreen students and faculty are an invaluable resource to Gateways.
Volunteer with Gateways and Mentor Incarcerated Young Men. For more information contact Naomi Tajchman-Kaplan, firstname.lastname@example.org, (360) 867-5633 or get started by filling out the application and bring it to the office (Seminar II, E2126)
Gateways offices are located in the Center for Community Based Learning and Action
@ The Evergreen State College, Seminar II/E2126