Welcome to the Kaleidoscope Program

Kaleidoscope At CSU East Bay

About Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope program utilizes high quality of educational services such as mentoring, tutoring and peer advising for African and African American students to increase college retention and graduation rates in the surrounding East Bay Area.

Kaleidoscope is aware of the many challenges that affects CSUEB students and understands the demographic needs of the students; therefore the program is engineered to provide measurable outcomes necessary to improving the quality of education while providing accessible resources to students. Furthermore, the program encourages research on African and African American studies in conjunction with establishing emerging channels of inquiry within the African and African American student body community.

Current Kaleidoscope Programs

Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program : Mentees also have the opportunity to network with other mentees and mentors within the program through personal and professional development programs and events offered through the program. For additional information on how to participate click here (links to mentor program application).

Faculty, Staff and Student Success

Kaleidoscope understands the power of positive reinforcement and encourages this by allowing Faculty, Staff and Students to share stories, videos, presentations or other artistic works, which can be inspirational to the educational and career success of others. This will be a place to highlight such achievements of those who participate in Kaleidoscope programs. If you would like to have your story added to our website please contact us for details.

Contact Us

Heather Gardley
Program Coordinator

Phone: (510) 885-2983
E-Mail: kaleidoscope@csueastbay.edu

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  • Apple launched four engineering scholarships yesterday targeting women, black/African American, Hispanic and Native American students. Students are eligible to win $10,000 towards their academic studies. They will also be considered for internships. Students must be continuing their education through Fall 2015 and attending an accredited US university. Each scholarship has a unique application. The deadline to apply is November 9 and scholarship winners will be notified by January 31.

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