Audubon Charter School
428 Broadway Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Directions To Agency:
Primary Phone: 504-324-7100
Primary Agency Contact
Name: Ann Francois
Agency type: School
Agency hours:school hours
Beginning date for service:09/25/2009
worker's compensation insurance.
Agency has a need for additional volunteers.
Tutoring students in ELA, Math and French
Assistance in coaching Debate Team, Academic Games Team and Athletic Teams
Assistance in the Library at the Carrollton campus
Audubon provides Montessori and French education, which are usually available only in private schools. We have a diverse student body and diverse faculty members. Our faculty and staff are highly trained and professional and are willing to share their knowledge and experience with Tulane volunteers.
Audubon Charter School's mission is to foster a culturally rich and academically rigorous program using the French and Montessori Curriculum and a comprehensive arts curriculum. Audubon students are actively and purposefully involved in their learning so they become responsible citizens in a changing world.
Populations Served by Agency
- English as a Second Language
- Low-income children
Topics Of Interest for this agency
- Data Analysis
- Education Reform
- Enhancing math skills for under-resourced students
- Instructional Support
Public Service Needs
- Develop a new database or contribute content to an existing database
- Raise funds
- The Scott S. Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives operates as an action-oriented think tank that catalyzes the transformation of the K-12 public education system in New Orleans and beyond. It serves as an objective voice about what’s taking place in K-12 education in the city and state to legislators, policymakers, educators, media, and community leaders. The Cowen Institute develops and advances research-based policies and legislation to solve the challenges facing public schools, mainly in the areas of finances, governance, accountability, and facilities. It also serves as a incubator of initiatives to engage Tulanians in the efforts to improve educational opportunities for public school students, as well as programs to improve college readiness for local public high school students.
The Cowen Institute is seeking a Interactive Communications Intern to assist with the development of multimedia communications materials that reflect Tulane’s institutional support of K-12 education in New Orleans. During the internship, the student will be responsible for developing photos, film and/or video for use in various mediums (e.g., website, podcasts, blog and social media) to highlight the efforts of the Cowen Institute as well as other Tulane groups working to support K-12 public education. The ideal intern would have experience in film and/or media production, including researching, shooting and editing. Creativity is a must!
If you are interested in helping to communicate how Tulane University is supporting and impacting the reform and transformation of K-12 public education in New Orleans, please contact Felicia R. Brown, manager of university-based initiatives for the Cowen Institute, at 274-3682 or email@example.com. To learn more about the work of the Cowen Institute, visit http://education.tulane.edu.
- Coordinate Vols.
- Develop a new website or contribute content to an existing webpage
Resource Needs for this agency
- community support, volunteers, monetary resources
- Effective, responsible teachers
- Grant Writing
- Media development
- Volunteer training
Services Provided by Agency
- Academic mentoring