Rockin’ the 216!
Rockin’ the 216 is a program administered by College Now Greater Cleveland in partnership with the Cleveland Public Library, made possible with funds granted by the Ohio Department of Education through the 21st Century Community Learning Centers. The program is designed to enhance math & reading proficiency, improve students’ ACT scores and develop technological capabilities through video and recording arts training.
- Students can participate in one of three, 8 – week sessions: Fall (Oct – Nov); Winter (Jan – Feb); Spring (April – May)
- Students meet Monday – Thursday afterschool from 3 – 6 pm at one of two locations:
Eastside – Harvard Lee Library (16918 Harvard Avenue)
Westside – Rockport Library (4421 W. 140th Street)
- 25 students are accepted at each location for each session
- Professional advisors will deliver College Now’s ACT Preparation Course
- Recording Arts Music & Media Program will be provided by DJ Phatty Banks
Click here to learn more about this portion of Rockin’ the 216!
Rockin’ the 216 is structured so that students are developing their test-taking, math, and reading skills two days per week, and working on video and recording arts the other two days.
Additional perks include:
- College visits
- $100 stipend for each student at the end of each 8-week session
- Possible internship opportunities for students who successfully complete the program
- Parent/family opportunities to meet the staff and view students’ projects
Click here to apply to Rockin’ the 216!
Questions? Call us at 216.241.5587 or email email@example.com.