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Community Service Learning
Community Service Learning allows students to integrate classroom education with community participatory learning.
Click here for more information on Community Service Learning (CSL).
List of American Indian Community Service Learning Agencies
California Indian Legal Services
California Indian Legal Services (CILS) is the first Indian-controlled law firm organized to provide specialized legal representation to Indians and Indian tribes. CILS provides free or low-cost representation on those matters that fall within the priorities (see below) set by our Board of Trustees.
For more information, please visit the California Indian Legal Services Website.
Pauma AA'Alvikat Library
The mission of the Pauma AA’Alvikat Library is to provide materials and services for the Pauma Band of Mission Indians and the surrounding community, of all ages, for personal enrichment, enjoyment and educational needs. The library is dedicated to providing practical access to all forms of information and cultivating the desire to learn in people of all ages.
For more information, please visit the Pauma AA'Alvikat Library Website.
Pechanga Chámmakilawish School
Located in Temecula, the Pechanga School is a private co-ed elementary and is accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Beginning in 2002 with only 12 students, the school now serves 147 students from grades K-5.
12705 Pechanga Road
Temecula, CA 92592
Phone: (951) 676-2768
Pauma After School Program
Funded since 1936, the Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians provides quality academic support to students from grades K-12. Highly dedicated community members, parents, and staff members are involved to guide tribal youth towards success.
For more information, please visit the Pauma After School Program Website.
Rincon Education Center
Center staff assist schools with professional development, counseling, tutorial services, or parent education. They also provide supplemental and extended day instructional programs to meet the needs of American Indian students.
Hun-wut Turner, Director
P.O. Box 1147
Valley Center, CA 92082
760-749-1386 or 760-751-9921
Tierra Miguel Farms
Tierra Miguel Foundation is a 501 non-profit organization dedicated to educating the value of local sustainable agricultural practices, while demonstrating those practices on their active 85-acre produce farm located in Pauma Valley. Their goal is to emphasize the connection between people and their food source.
PO Box 1065
Pauma Valley, CA 92061