What is a Site Coordinator?
Because the CUUB Program operates so far away from the students who make up our program, the CUUB Directors cannot provide consistent in-person services for all CUUB participants beyond twice-semesterly school visits. It is therefore vital that we have representatives of our program who are easily accessible to our participants for year-round, in-person support, to answer questions, offer guidance, and otherwise help students feel connected with the program in spite of the physical distance between them and CUUB. This is where the CUUB Site Coordinators come in.
A CUUB Site Coordinator is a faculty/staff member at one of our partner schools or a community volunteer from the Target Area. CUUB's team of Site Coordinators serve as the primary liaisons between the CUUB Program and the communities and schools within the target area throughout the Academic Year. Site Coordinators help monitor CUUB student progress during the school year, help connect them with the resources they need to be successful, and facilitate the implementation of CUUB's academic year services for students and families.
Other Site Coordinator services include:
Who is the Site Coordinator in my community?
Below is a list of the current CUUB Site Coordinators who work at or near all of our 12 partner high schools (note: if your community or school does not have a site coordinator just yet, please address any of your questions or concerns to the CUUB Directors):