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  The Graduate School of Education 2019-2021 Student Services Local Partnerships  

Local Partnerships

All Stars Partners with Rutgers GSE

Rutgers Graduate School of Education (GSE) is partnering with the All Stars Project Inc. to enhance research and initiatives dedicated to after-school programing. For the past 30 years, All Stars has opened after-school developmental programs for youth living in urban areas across the country. Now, with the help of the GSE, All Stars will work to establish a professional field of developmental after-school programs and promote research in that field as a cornerstone of a new innovative approach to addressing poverty and youth development issues in urban communities throughout the United States. Learn more by contacting Carrie Lobman at

The Conversation Tree: Community-Based Language Partnerships

The Conversation Tree Program is a joint effort by Rutgers Graduate School of Education and the Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research and Service. Through partnerships with several community-based organizations, the Conversation Tree provides opportunities for adult learners to practice English, Spanish, and Chinese in informal Conversation Caf settings. The program offers members of the local community and Rutgers students opportunities to expand their intercultural competence through interactions, guided reflection, and professional development. Learn more by contacting Mary Curran at

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