• Several organizations partner with Emerson to bring amazing support and programming to our students!

    Our Non-Profit Partners
  • Experience Corps Experience Corps Oakland
    Mobilizing the energy and experience of adults 55 and older to serve as tutors and mentors in North and East Oakland. Their volunteers have contributed thousands of hours of quality academic support for students at Emerson since 2005.

  • The Masons at Live Oak #61 on Broadway have taken Emerson under their wing. Their tradition of service and support came to the Emerson community when they held a Pancake Breakfast for the school in early 2018. More events and partnerships will certainly follow.

  • Project Peace connects local faith-based groups and community members to East Bay social service providers, tackling their needs to support the work they do in education, homelessness, youth development, and more. Volunteers come to Emerson quarterly to work in our classrooms, organize our library, and work on beautifying our campus.

  • ReadingPartners Reading Partners know that reading is the foundation for all future learning, and the ability to read transforms lives and empowers children and communities to reach their full potential. Research shows that students who read at grade level by fourth grade have a greater opportunity to succeed in school and in life.

  • Scientific Adventures for Girls offers after school science class for our female studens. SAFG knows that informal STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) education during out-of-school time offers a critical opportunity to spark, grow and sustain interest in these fields. Additionally, they sponsor our spring STEAM night for all students and families.

  • The positive impact of hip hop music and culture goes far beyond the classroom. Today's Future Sound (TFS) is committed to brining the therapeutic components of beat making to individuals and groups facing trauma or illness. Our work in these settngs has provded a greater connection and understanding across cultures locally and internationally through the modality of hip hop culture and beat making.
Last Modified on May 1, 2019