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All of UCLA's K-12 programs can now be found in one place!

UCLA offers a variety of programs and resources for K-12 students, parents and educators. This webpage provides the basic information about each program in one central location.



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  • AP Readiness Program
    Center X
    Contact: James Keipp
    AP Readiness Program
    Center X

    The AP Readiness Program provides instruction and support for Advanced Placement students and teachers in the areas of math, science, social studies, English and Spanish. Sessions are held one Saturday... Read More

    Contact: James Keipp
  • Arts Education Program
    School of the Arts and Architecture
    Contact: Amorette Muzingo
    310-794-4822
    Arts Education Program
    School of the Arts and Architecture

    Provides eight weeks of arts-based curriculum in under-resourced LAUSD public schools by pairing UCLA Arts majors, Visual and Performing Arts Education minors and Arts Education Teaching Sequence participants with K-12... Read More

    Contact: Amorette Muzingo
    310-794-4822
  • ArtsBridge
    School of Theater Film and Television
    Contact: Perry Daniel
    310-825-7008
    ArtsBridge
    School of Theater Film and Television

    ArtsBridge is a University of California program created to put the arts to work within the Los Angeles Unified School District. Each year, the UCLA School of Theater Film and... Read More

    Contact: Perry Daniel
    310-825-7008
  • Asia Institute Workshops for K-12 Educators
    UCLA Asia Institute
    310-825-0007
    Asia Institute Workshops for K-12 Educators
    UCLA Asia Institute

    Promotes Asian Studies and fosters greater understanding of Asia through a wide variety of research support, public programs, and community outreach. Read More

    310-825-0007
  • Astronomy Live!
    Physics & Astronomy
    Contact: Alexander Stephan and Devin Chu
    401-525-1338
    Astronomy Live!
    Physics & Astronomy

    Organize outreach events for students featuring hands-on demos and activities, solar telescope viewing, workshops, and science talks. Read More

    Contact: Alexander Stephan and Devin Chu
    401-525-1338
  • Athletics Camps & Clinics
    Athletics
    310-206-3550
    Athletics Camps & Clinics
    Athletics

    Over the course of the summer, fall, and winter, over 80 sessions of camp are offered, in 14 different sports: athletic performance, baseball, basketball, diving, football, gymnastics, soccer, speed and... Read More

    310-206-3550
  • Athletics for Youth
    Athletics
    310-206-5990
    Athletics for Youth
    Athletics

    Program provides complimentary tickets to selected UCLA Athletic events to non-profit children's organizations and other charitable community groups. Read More

    310-206-5990
  • Bright Horizons Family Solutions
    UCLA Westwood Child Care Center
    310-481-0664
    Bright Horizons Family Solutions
    UCLA Westwood Child Care Center

    Provides childcare for children (infants to Pre-K) of UCLA staff and faculty. Highly skilled teachers provide the environment and experiences from which children learn and grow. Read More

    310-481-0664
  • Bruin Kids Club
    Athletics
    310-206-5990
    Bruin Kids Club
    Athletics

    Members will have the opportunity to meet new friends, participate in exclusive Kids Club events, and attend sporting events to cheer on their favorite Bruins. This club will provide members... Read More

    310-206-5990
  • Bruin Woods Family Resort
    Housing and Hospitality Services
    909-337-2478
    Bruin Woods Family Resort
    Housing and Hospitality Services

    Family fun and entertainment at Bruin Woods Resort in Lake Arrowhead. Read More

    909-337-2478
  • BruinCorps
    Student Affairs
    Contact: Debra Pounds
    310-794-5686
    BruinCorps
    Student Affairs

    Goal is to provide equal access to educational opportunities. UCLA students tutor children in under-resourced communities in targeted Los Angeles area schools and community base organizations. The BruinCorps VISTA Program... Read More

    Contact: Debra Pounds
    310-794-5686
  • California History-Social Science Framework Workshops
    UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies; UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies; UCLA History-Geography Project
    California History-Social Science Framework Workshops
    UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies; UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies; UCLA History-Geography Project

    This K-12 teacher training and curriculum development workshop series, under the theme “Sites of Encounter in World History,” aim to increase capacity and resources for K-12 educators by providing them... Read More

  • California Mathematics Project
    University of California
    Contact: Ann Park
    California Mathematics Project
    University of California

    The California Mathematics Project (CMP) is a statewide professional development network of K-12 and university mathematics educators dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the subject. Each CMP site supports... Read More

    Contact: Ann Park
  • Campus Tours
    Undergraduate Admission
    310-825-8764
    Campus Tours
    Undergraduate Admission

    Explore UCLA's historic campus, tradition of academic excellence, vibrant student body and vast array of resources and opportunities. Whether you are able to visit us in person or virtually, we... Read More

    310-825-8764
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry Tutoring List
    Chemistry & Biochemistry
    Contact: Timothy Mahlanza
    310-825-1859
    Chemistry and Biochemistry Tutoring List
    Chemistry & Biochemistry

    Updated quarterly tutoring list can be found at the web link below. Read More

    Contact: Timothy Mahlanza
    310-825-1859
  • Child Care Resources
    Early Care & Education
    310-825-5086
    Child Care Resources
    Early Care & Education

    Early Care and Education professionals foster the development of children and create a strong foundation for lifelong learning by providing developmentally appropriate education and quality care, support for families and... Read More

    310-825-5086
  • CityLab at UCLA
    CityLab
    310-794-5536
    CityLab at UCLA
    CityLab

    Science educational program run by UCLA undergraduate and graduate students to introduce high school students in the Los Angeles area to the rapidly developing world of biotechnology though hands on... Read More

    310-794-5536
  • CNSI Applications of Nanoscience
    CNSI/ Chemistry and Biochemistry
    Contact: Rita Blaik
    310-983-1387
    CNSI Applications of Nanoscience
    CNSI/ Chemistry and Biochemistry

    The Applications of Nanoscience course is designed for high school students to learn the basics of pursing a scientific research project. As a model students will explore few important applications... Read More

    Contact: Rita Blaik
    310-983-1387
  • CNSI Nanoscale Microscopy Lab
    CNSI / Chemistry and Biochemistry
    Contact: Rita Blaik
    310-983-1387
    CNSI Nanoscale Microscopy Lab
    CNSI / Chemistry and Biochemistry

    Nanoscale Microscopy Lab is a one-week, hands-on, science learning opportunity for high school students on scientific imaging, a topic that is typically only accessible in an advance college level course.... Read More

    Contact: Rita Blaik
    310-983-1387
  • CNSI Nanoscience Lab
    CNSI / Chemistry and Biochemistry
    Contact: Rita Blaik
    310-983-1387
    CNSI Nanoscience Lab
    CNSI / Chemistry and Biochemistry

    At the Nanoscience Lab, students will learn some of the key concepts of nanoscience and nanotechnology, through seminars, hands-on experiments, analyzing collected data, and seeing the instruments that enable this... Read More

    Contact: Rita Blaik
    310-983-1387
  • Coaching Partnerships
    Center X
    Contact: Bettye Scott
    Coaching Partnerships
    Center X

    Center X Coaching Partnerships supports schools in becoming self-directed, resourceful, and collaborative communities committed to social justice. We support schools and districts in growing their leadership capacity through on-site coaching and our... Read More

    Contact: Bettye Scott
  • College Counseling Certificate
    UCLA Extension
    310-825-9971
    College Counseling Certificate
    UCLA Extension

    This online program is designed to be a preparation for counseling high school students effectively and helping them identify their postsecondary options. Read More

    310-825-9971
  • College Library AP High School Card
    College Library
    Contact: Esther Grassian
    310-206-4410
    College Library AP High School Card
    College Library

    The College Library in Powell offers free College Library cards to Advanced Placement High School students. They also offer a free annual workshop for high school and community college librarians,... Read More

    Contact: Esther Grassian
    310-206-4410
  • College-Level Classes
    Summer Sessions and Special Programs
    310-825-4101
    College-Level Classes
    Summer Sessions and Special Programs

    High school students are invited to enroll in college-level classes. Read More

    310-825-4101
  • Cub Tours
    Undergraduate Admissions and Relations with Schools
    Cub Tours
    Undergraduate Admissions and Relations with Schools

    Provides tours for elementary and junior high school students. Cub tours are led by current UCLA student volunteers and will highlight academic programs, resources, and student life. Read More

  • Curtis Center for Mathematics and Teaching
    Department of Mathematics
    310-206-8360
    Curtis Center for Mathematics and Teaching
    Department of Mathematics

    Aims to provide high quality mathematics activity for students in local schools. We hope to provide students with a view of mathematics as a creative reasoning and problem solving activity,... Read More

    310-206-8360
  • Design for Sharing
    CAP UCLA
    310-825-7681
    Design for Sharing
    CAP UCLA

    Design for Sharing is CAP UCLA's free K-12 arts-education program. For more than 40 years DFS has been making the performing arts at UCLA an accessible and inspirational part of... Read More

    310-825-7681
  • DIYnamics
    Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences; Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
    Contact: Jonathan Aurnou
    310-825-2054
    DIYnamics
    Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences; Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

    DIYnamics develops inexpensive apparatuses for teaching fundamental concepts in Earth sciences, with an emphasis on geophysical fluid dynamics (GFD), in classrooms from the elementary school to university levels. We provide... Read More

    Contact: Jonathan Aurnou
    310-825-2054
  • Drug Abuse and Society
    UCLA Brain Research Institute
    Contact: Ana Elias
    310-825-6055
    Drug Abuse and Society
    UCLA Brain Research Institute

    Outreach education program designed to provide age-appropriate lectures on specific legal and illegal drugs of abuse to high school students. A typical high school visit is comprised of a one-hour... Read More

    Contact: Ana Elias
    310-825-6055
  • Early Academic Outreach Program
    Student Affairs
    Contact: Julie Flapan
    310-794-5681
    Early Academic Outreach Program
    Student Affairs

    Exploring Computer Science is a High School/University partnership dedicated to increasing computer science learning opportunities and broadening the participation of African-American, Latino/a, and female students in learning computer science. We... Read More

    Contact: Julie Flapan
    310-794-5681
  • English Tutors
    Department of English
    Contact: Rick Fagin
    English Tutors
    Department of English

    English tutors available for those students who require reinforcement in a particular English subject. To request a list of English Tutors, please send an email to Rick at rickster@ucla.edu. Read More

    Contact: Rick Fagin
  • ExcEL Leadership Academy
    Center X
    Contact: Dr. Jason Cervone
    203-365-8914
    ExcEL Leadership Academy
    Center X

    The mission of the ExcEL Leadership Academy is to provide professional learning opportunities for all K-12 teachers to support high quality, equitable education for English Learners. We believe every teacher... Read More

    Contact: Dr. Jason Cervone
    203-365-8914
  • Exploring Computer Science
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
    Contact: Julie Flapan
    Exploring Computer Science
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies

    Exploring Computer Science is K-12/University partnership with a mission to increase and enhance the computer science learning opportunities in the Los Angeles Unified School District and to broaden the participation... Read More

    Contact: Julie Flapan
  • Extension’s Education Department
    UCLA Extension
    310-825-4191
    Extension’s Education Department
    UCLA Extension

    Extension's Education Department provides staff development, in-service, and professional outreach to practitioners at all levels of education. You can earn university professional development credit applicable to state licensing/credentialing requirements, salary... Read More

    310-825-4191
  • Fowler Museum’s K-12 School Tours
    Fowler Museum
    310-206-5663
    Fowler Museum’s K-12 School Tours
    Fowler Museum

    The Fowler Museum at UCLA provides gallery lessons for K-12 students that address different learning styles through collaborative investigation, engaging conversation, and thoughtfully planned activities. Read More

    310-206-5663
  • Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden Tours
    Hammer Museum
    310-443-7041
    Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden Tours
    Hammer Museum

    Tours of the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden offer students the opportunity to question and reflect on art, ideas, and the world through close looking, critical thinking, and dialogue in... Read More

    310-443-7041
  • Game Lab High School Summer Institute
    Design Media Arts
    Contact: Tyler Stefanich
    310-206-0363
    Game Lab High School Summer Institute
    Design Media Arts

    The UCLA Game Lab Summer Institute introduces high school students to game-making as a form of artistic practice, teaching them the techniques and tools that will help them develop analog... Read More

    Contact: Tyler Stefanich
    310-206-0363
  • Geffen Academy at UCLA
    UCLA
    310-794-9913
    Geffen Academy at UCLA
    UCLA

    Geffen Academy at UCLA is a university-affiliated school that provides academic depth, inspiration, and a humane experience based on the science of adolescence to students in grades 6-12. Geffen Academy... Read More

    310-794-9913
  • Geffen Playhouse
    UCLA
    310-208-6500 ext. 156
    Geffen Playhouse
    UCLA

    Programs make professional theatrical productions available to students who may never have the opportunity to see live theatre. (Free matinee performances are available for students, as well as tours for... Read More

    310-208-6500 ext. 156
  • Gluck Fellows Music Outreach Program
    UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
    Contact: Martin Hundley
    310-825-8628
    Gluck Fellows Music Outreach Program
    UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music

    Since 1996, the UCLA Gluck Fellows Music Outreach Program has been the beneficiary of a generous grant from the Max H. Gluck Foundation, which enables our finest UCLA music students... Read More

    Contact: Martin Hundley
    310-825-8628
  • GreenSparks
    Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
    Contact: Diana Garcia
    310-206-5208
    GreenSparks
    Institute of the Environment and Sustainability

    GreenSparks aims to spark high school students’ interest around environmental issues. The initiative takes two distinct approaches through two distinct programs: GreenShorts and GreenSmarts. GreenShorts encourages students to tell environmental... Read More

    Contact: Diana Garcia
    310-206-5208
  • Hammer Kids
    Hammer Museum
    310-443-7000
    Hammer Kids
    Hammer Museum

    Activities such as artist-led drop-in workshops, writing workshops, family-friendly movie screenings, and family experiences in the galleries offer various ways for kids and their families to experience the museum. Read More

    310-443-7000
  • Hammer Museum K-12 Tours
    Hammer Museum
    310-443-7041
    Hammer Museum K-12 Tours
    Hammer Museum

    Tours of exhibitions at the Armand Hammer Museum offer students the opportunity to question and reflect on art, ideas, and the world through close looking, critical thinking, and dialogue in... Read More

    310-443-7041
  • Hammer Museum Teacher Resources
    Hammer Museum
    310-443-7041
    Hammer Museum Teacher Resources
    Hammer Museum

    Resources for K-12 teachers include professional development workshops and downloadable guides for engaging with art before, during, or after your visit to the museum. Read More

    310-443-7041
  • Hannah Carter Japanese Garden
    UCLA Gardens & Parks
    310-794-0320
    Hannah Carter Japanese Garden
    UCLA Gardens & Parks

    Tours transport visitors to the traditional ancient gardens of Kyoto, which were closed to the public. Experience the colorful Koi fish, an original Tea House from Kyoto, the 5 tier... Read More

    310-794-0320
  • How the Brain Works
    UCLA Health System
    How the Brain Works
    UCLA Health System

    These brief videos provide an introductory appreciation of how we learn skills and information, move, think, feel, speak and remember. Read More

  • I’m Going to College
    Athletics
    310-206-5990
    I’m Going to College
    Athletics

    Program couples the excitement and tradition of UCLA Athletic events with a message about the importance of higher education. Read More

    310-206-5990
  • Infant Development Program
    Psychology Department
    Contact: Patrice Winn
    310-206-0633
    Infant Development Program
    Psychology Department

    The Infant Development Program (IDP) has two primary functions: 1) to offer quality group care for infants and toddlers of the students, staff, and faculty of UCLA, and 2) to... Read More

    Contact: Patrice Winn
    310-206-0633
  • Initiatives for Educators
    Center X
    Initiatives for Educators
    Center X

    Programs and projects that support educators at all stages of their career. Read More

  • Institute for Cultural Sustainability and Educational Equity (ICSEE)
    Center X
    Contact: Tonikiaa Orange
    310-206-4156
    Institute for Cultural Sustainability and Educational Equity (ICSEE)
    Center X

    Develop educator’s knowledge base of culturally responsive instructional strategies that support diverse student populations academic success while sustaining their cultural norms, beliefs and values.  Provide educators with the tools to... Read More

    Contact: Tonikiaa Orange
    310-206-4156
  • Institute for Planets and Exoplanets (iPLEX)
    Department of Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences
    Contact: Dave Milewski
    Institute for Planets and Exoplanets (iPLEX)
    Department of Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences

    Learn about planetary science and our place int the universe through hands-on demonstrations, workshops, lab tours, and talks by planetary scientists. The program is designed to bring the exciting world... Read More

    Contact: Dave Milewski
  • Interaxon
    Undergraduate Neuroscience Educational Outreach Group
    Contact: Ana Elias
    310-825-6055
    Interaxon
    Undergraduate Neuroscience Educational Outreach Group

    Mission is to create and foster interest, excitement, and curiosity about the brain. We travel to schools in disadvantaged Los Angeles areas to work with students at schools receiving poor... Read More

    Contact: Ana Elias
    310-825-6055
  • Intervention Program
    Early Care and Development
    310-825-4821
    Intervention Program
    Early Care and Development

    Program goals are: 1) to provide educational and therapeutic services which promote development and quality of life for children and families; 2) to assist parents and extended family members as... Read More

    310-825-4821
  • Introduction to Data Science (IDS) Project
    Center X
    Contact: Suyen Machado
    Introduction to Data Science (IDS) Project
    Center X

    The Introduction to Data Science (IDS) Project at Center X prepares high school teachers to teach a mathematics curriculum and to develop pedagogy that helps students learn to reason with,... Read More

    Contact: Suyen Machado
  • John Snow Youth Gold Medal Paper and History
    Department of Epidemiology
    Contact: Joy Miller
    310-206-3901
    John Snow Youth Gold Medal Paper and History
    Department of Epidemiology

    This site is devoted to the life and times of Dr. John Snow, a legendary figure in the history of public health, epidemiology and anesthesiology. Students have the opportunity enter... Read More

    Contact: Joy Miller
    310-206-3901
  • Jumpstart
    Center for Community Learning
    Contact: Andrew Hawkins
    310-206-4216
    Jumpstart
    Center for Community Learning

    Jumpstart is a national early education organization that recruits and trains college students to work with preschool children in low-income neighborhoods. Through a proven curriculum, these children develop the language... Read More

    Contact: Andrew Hawkins
    310-206-4216
  • K.A.M.P. (KIDS ART MUSEUM PROJECT)
    Hammer Museum
    Contact: James Freeman
    310-443-7000
    K.A.M.P. (KIDS ART MUSEUM PROJECT)
    Hammer Museum

    K.A.M.P. is a unique family fundraiser that provides kids of all ages the chance to be creative with Los Angeles-based artists. Each year, local artists host hands-on art workshops throughout... Read More

    Contact: James Freeman
    310-443-7000
  • Latin American Institute (LAI)
    Latin American Institute
    Contact: Veronica Zavala
    310-825-4572
    Latin American Institute (LAI)
    Latin American Institute

    Outreach at the LAI offer academic enrichment and professional development opportunities to local K-12 educators. Funded through a Title VI Federal Area Studies grant sponsored by the U.S. Department of... Read More

    Contact: Veronica Zavala
    310-825-4572
  • Leveraging Equity and Access in Democratic Education (LEADE) Initiative
    Center X
    Contact: Erica Hodgin
    510-764-3727
    Leveraging Equity and Access in Democratic Education (LEADE) Initiative
    Center X

    Housed at UCLA and UC Riverside, the Leveraging Equity and Access in Democratic Education (LEADE) initiative works with communities and districts to ensure students have access to high quality civic... Read More

    Contact: Erica Hodgin
    510-764-3727
  • Los Angeles/Irvine Brain Bee
    Brain Research Institute UCLA
    Contact: Ana Elias
    310-825-6055
    Los Angeles/Irvine Brain Bee
    Brain Research Institute UCLA

    The Brain Bee is a program designed especially to stimulate high school students to learn about neuroscience. Like a Spelling Bee, the Brain Bee allows students to compete with each... Read More

    Contact: Ana Elias
    310-825-6055
  • Management Development for Early Childhood Educators
    UCLA Anderson
    310-206-1283
    Management Development for Early Childhood Educators
    UCLA Anderson

    Certificate programs that provide leadership and management training to participants, enabling them to implement strategic improvements within their organizations. Read More

    310-206-1283
  • Math Circle
    Department of Mathematics
    Contact: Olga Radko
    Math Circle
    Department of Mathematics

    Top-tier math circle, free and open to students interested in mathematics and eager to learn. Read More

    Contact: Olga Radko
  • Math Program Content for Teachers
    The Curtis Center
    310-794-6588
    Math Program Content for Teachers
    The Curtis Center

    Courses for teachers who wish to increase their competence and confidence in school mathematics. Read More

    310-794-6588
  • Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project
    University of California
    310-825-9477
    Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project
    University of California

    MDTP serves Los Angeles and Ventura county teachers by distributing, scoring, and reporting the results of tests that measure student readiness for secondary mathematics courses. The diagnostic information resulting from... Read More

    310-825-9477
  • Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement
    University of California
    Contact: Enrique Ainsworth
    310-206-6493
    Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement
    University of California

    Assists students at middle and senior high schools (and some elementary schools) so they excel in math and science and become competitively eligible for the most rigorous colleges and universities.... Read More

    Contact: Enrique Ainsworth
    310-206-6493
  • Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden Tours
    Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
    Contact: Jules Cooch
    310-825-1260
    Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden Tours
    Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

    Offers free docent led tours as part of its public education program. Tours are designed for specific ages, interests, restrictions, and the scientific knowledge of the visitors. Read More

    Contact: Jules Cooch
    310-825-1260
  • Music Partnership Program
    UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
    Contact: Martin Hundley
    310-825-8628
    Music Partnership Program
    UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music

    For over two decades, the Music Partnership Program has allowed passionate students to provide music training and mentoring to talented at-risk youth in Los Angeles’ most underserved communities. Each year,... Read More

    Contact: Martin Hundley
    310-825-8628
  • Nanoscience Institute for 3-12 Educators
    California NanoSystems Institute
    Contact: Rita Blaik
    310-983-1387
    Nanoscience Institute for 3-12 Educators
    California NanoSystems Institute

    This program trains teachers Nanoscience experiments, supports teachers’ efforts to use Nanoscience topics in teaching the NGSS standards, and provides one free kit each workshop for teachers to use with... Read More

    Contact: Rita Blaik
    310-983-1387
  • National Center for History in the Schools UCLA
    Contact: Kelly Lytle Hernandez
    310-825-3884
    National Center for History in the Schools UCLA

    Threefold mission is to develop and provide teachers with curricular materials that will engage students in exciting explorations of U.S. and World History; professional development for K-12 history teachers; and... Read More

    Contact: Kelly Lytle Hernandez
    310-825-3884
  • Near Eastern Studies K-12 Outreach
    Center for Near Eastern Studies
    310-825-1181
    Near Eastern Studies K-12 Outreach
    Center for Near Eastern Studies

    The Center's outreach activities in the area of K-12 education strive to create dynamic and diverse professional development opportunities for Los Angeles-based school teachers. Read More

    310-825-1181
  • NeuroCamp
    UCLA Brain Research Institute
    Contact: Dr. William Grisham
    310-825-7990
    NeuroCamp
    UCLA Brain Research Institute

    Summer outreach program that brings together a group of 15-20 highly motivated high school students in an instructional course introducing them to neuroscience. Students will learn the fundamental concepts of... Read More

    Contact: Dr. William Grisham
    310-825-7990
  • On Campus Housing Walking Tour
    Housing and Hospitality Services
    310-206-7011
    On Campus Housing Walking Tour
    Housing and Hospitality Services

    Want to take a tour of UCLA's on-campus housing? Then you've come to the right place! You can learn about the tours we offer and sign up for one online. Our tours... Read More

    310-206-7011
  • Outreach World
    Center for Near Eastern Studies
    Contact: Jim Robbins
    310-825-4060
    Outreach World
    Center for Near Eastern Studies

    A comprehensive one-stop resource for teaching international and area studies and foreign languages in the pre-collegiate classroom. Read More

    Contact: Jim Robbins
    310-825-4060
  • Parent Project
    Center X
    Contact: Karolee Koehn Hurtado
    310-206-7351
    Parent Project
    Center X

    This project brings parents of diverse ethnic backgrounds together to share their expertise and to experience interactive California Curriculum Framework presentations by the UCLA Center X Subject Matter Projects. Parents... Read More

    Contact: Karolee Koehn Hurtado
    310-206-7351
  • Parent Project
    Center X
    Contact: Carolee Koehn Hurtado
    310-569-8452
    Parent Project
    Center X

    Founded in 1997, the UCLA Parent Project was envisioned to partner with schools, communities and families to develop, nurture, and sustain parent engagement and parent leadership in schools. This project... Read More

    Contact: Carolee Koehn Hurtado
    310-569-8452
  • Parenting & Children’s Friendship Program
    Semel Institute
    310-825-0142
    Parenting & Children’s Friendship Program
    Semel Institute

    Since 1982, the UCLA Parenting & Children’s Friendship Program has helped thousands of families by teaching parents how to increase cooperation and giving children the skills to form meaningful friendships.... Read More

    310-825-0142
  • Partnership with AIDS Ambassadors Program
    UCLA AIDS Institute
    Partnership with AIDS Ambassadors Program
    UCLA AIDS Institute

    Uses elements of the 'Knowledge Is Power' campaign to support a peer-to-peer HIV prevention program in public and private city schools. The Institute developed this program to provide life-saving information... Read More

  • PHOTONBooth
    Chemistry and Biochemistry
    Contact: Ellen Sletten
    310-825-4452
    PHOTONBooth
    Chemistry and Biochemistry

    The PHOTONBooth provides an avenue for children to experience fluorescence - the emission of light by a substance that has absorbed light or other electromagnetic radiation. The booth is coupled... Read More

    Contact: Ellen Sletten
    310-825-4452
  • Physics & Astronomy K-6 Connection
    Physics & Astronomy
    Contact: Bill Layton
    310-206-8298
    Physics & Astronomy K-6 Connection
    Physics & Astronomy

    Provides elementary school teachers with ideas, activities, and instructional support to include basic physics and astronomy in their lesson plans. Read More

    Contact: Bill Layton
    310-206-8298
  • Planetarium Shows
    Division of Astronomy & Astrophysics
    Planetarium Shows
    Division of Astronomy & Astrophysics

    The UCLA Planetarium offers planetarium shows, telescope shows and other astronomical activies free of charge to school and educational groups. Read More

  • Pre-College Digital Filmmaking Summer Institute
    School of Theater, Film and Television
    Pre-College Digital Filmmaking Summer Institute
    School of Theater, Film and Television

    Study at the world-renowned UCLA Department of Film, Television and Digital Media this summer! The UCLA Film and Television Pre-College Digital Filmmaking Summer Institute is designed for talented and highly... Read More

  • Principal Leadership
    Center X
    Contact: Nataly Birch
    310-267-4905
    Principal Leadership
    Center X

    The purpose of the Principal Leadership Institute (PLI) is to recruit, train, and support a diverse group of individuals committed to the principles of academic excellence, equity, and integrity as... Read More

    Contact: Nataly Birch
    310-267-4905
  • Professional Development at UCLA Lab School
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
    Contact: Sylvia Vallejo
    310-825-1801
    Professional Development at UCLA Lab School
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies

    Our professional development programs for educators offer a dynamic learning experience in an inspiring, collaborative environment. We provide support for helping students become active, engaged learners who have the academic... Read More

    Contact: Sylvia Vallejo
    310-825-1801
  • Professional Development Resources
    Confucius Institute
    Professional Development Resources
    Confucius Institute

    List of Teacher Education & Professional Development resources for educators. Read More

  • Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relationship Skills (PEERS)
    Semel Institute
    310-267-3377
    Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relationship Skills (PEERS)
    Semel Institute

    PEERS is a manualized, social skills training intervention for youth with social challenges. It has a strong evidence-base for use with adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorder, but... Read More

    310-267-3377
  • Project Brainstorm
    Brain Research Institute UCLA
    Contact: Ana Elias
    310-825-6055
    Project Brainstorm
    Brain Research Institute UCLA

    Science education outreach program designed to stimulate interest in science for children and young adults by providing hands-on learning experiences that emphasize the function and importance of the brain. Read More

    Contact: Ana Elias
    310-825-6055
  • Project EXCEL
    Center X
    Project EXCEL
    Center X

    Project EXCEL addresses the unique needs of school districts with substantial EL populations by providing professional development and support to educators in K-12 schools. The project uses a data-driven, tiered... Read More

  • Reading and Literature Project
    Center X
    Contact: Shervaughnna Anderson-Byrd
    310-825-8979
    Reading and Literature Project
    Center X

    The California Reading and Literature Project (CRLP) is one of the California Subject Matter Projects (CSMP), a statewide professional development network comprised of the nine disciplines required for graduation from... Read More

    Contact: Shervaughnna Anderson-Byrd
    310-825-8979
  • Riordan Scholars Program
    310-206-3596
    Riordan Scholars Program

    Encourage students with guidance and mentorship to consider careers in business and prepare them to be admissible to top universities. Read More

    310-206-3596
  • Science Lab Teaching Club
    UCLA Physics and Astronomy
    Contact: David Su
    424-402-9704
    Science Lab Teaching Club
    UCLA Physics and Astronomy

    The Science Lab Teaching Club was formed at UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy in January of 2012. We are a group of undergraduate physics students who volunteer to go... Read More

    Contact: David Su
    424-402-9704
  • Stunt Ranch Santa Monica Mountains Reserve Tours
    Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
    Contact: Gary Bucciarelli
    Stunt Ranch Santa Monica Mountains Reserve Tours
    Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

    The UCLA Stunt Ranch Reserve is a fantastic place for your students to learn about the history of the Santa Monica Mountains, local plant and animal ecology, and the ongoing research... Read More

    Contact: Gary Bucciarelli
  • Summer Camp at UCLA Lab School
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
    Contact: Sylvia Vallejo
    310-267-4586
    Summer Camp at UCLA Lab School
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies

    Taught by UCLA Lab School faculty, our classes are designed to actively involve children in the learning process. They provide a boost in science, math, reading, writing, social studies and... Read More

    Contact: Sylvia Vallejo
    310-267-4586
  • Summer Institutes
    Summer Sessions
    310-825-4101
    Summer Institutes
    Summer Sessions

    UCLA Pre-College Summer Institutes provide highly-motivated high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while advancing their skill set in one area of study. During these one- to three-week... Read More

    310-825-4101
  • Summer Math and Science Honor Academy (SMASH)
    Center for Excellence in Engineering and Diversity
    Contact: Enrique Ainsworth
    310-206-6493
    Summer Math and Science Honor Academy (SMASH)
    Center for Excellence in Engineering and Diversity

    SMASH - a free residential pre-college program, will host 30 current ninth grade students to participate in a five-week, intensive, math and science academy. SMASH is geared toward high achieving,... Read More

    Contact: Enrique Ainsworth
    310-206-6493
  • Teacher Education Program
    Center X
    Contact: Jackie Honda
    310-794-2133
    Teacher Education Program
    Center X

    UCLA’s Teacher Education Program (TEP) prepares aspiring teachers to become social justice educators in urban settings. To serve a wide range of aspiring educators, the Teacher Education Program offers several... Read More

    Contact: Jackie Honda
    310-794-2133
  • Teachers’ Summer Institute on Africa
    UCLA African Studies Center
    310-825-3686
    Teachers’ Summer Institute on Africa
    UCLA African Studies Center

    Teachers' Institute on Africa, an Institute designed for intermediate and secondary school humanities, social science, and language arts teachers who are interested in strengthening and enriching their course content on... Read More

    310-825-3686
  • Teaching Heritage Languages: An Online Workshop for Educators
    Center for World Languages
    Contact: Arturo Diaz
    310-825-2510
    Teaching Heritage Languages: An Online Workshop for Educators
    Center for World Languages

    Three self-paced, online modules that introduce teachers of world and heritage languages to basic concepts of heritage language pedagogy. Modules 1 will help you gain a better understanding of the... Read More

    Contact: Arturo Diaz
    310-825-2510
  • The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
    Center X
    Contact: Erin Powers
    The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
    Center X

    The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Project provides support for PreK-12 educators engaging in the National Board Certification process requirements. Read More

    Contact: Erin Powers
  • The UCLA History-Geography Project
    Center X
    Contact: Daniel Diaz
    310-206-9796
    The UCLA History-Geography Project
    Center X

    The UCLA History-Geography Project at Center X is one of the sites of the California History Social Science Project.  We collaborate with educational researchers, historians and practitioners to design and... Read More

    Contact: Daniel Diaz
    310-206-9796
  • UCLA Community Schools
    Graduate School for Education & Information Studies
    Contact: Anne Villegas
    213-480-3750
    UCLA Community Schools
    Graduate School for Education & Information Studies

    UCLA Community Schools are public school partnerships between UCLA and LAUSD serving K-12 students as a site of learning where UCLA is informing best practices in teacher development and student... Read More

    Contact: Anne Villegas
    213-480-3750
  • UCLA Early Care and Education: University Village Kindergarten
    Early Care and Education
    310-825-5086
    UCLA Early Care and Education: University Village Kindergarten
    Early Care and Education

    The Kindergarten program is only available to children of full-time UCLA students, UCLA-paid staff and faculty members. This full-day, year-round program offers a science-based curriculum designed to enhance literacy, math,... Read More

    310-825-5086
  • UCLA EPSS Outreach
    Contact: Ashley Schoenfeld and Krista Sawchuk
    UCLA EPSS Outreach

    Students, researchers, and faculty in our Department believe that public outreach and community engagement are important components of our public service mission. By actively partnering with local K-12 schools and... Read More

    Contact: Ashley Schoenfeld and Krista Sawchuk
  • UCLA Lab School
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
    310-825-1801
    UCLA Lab School
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies

    An innovative school for children and a laboratory for teachers and researchers. The practices developed and refined here have an impact on K-12 education around the world. Inside the classroom,... Read More

    310-825-1801
  • UCLA Mathematics Project
    Center X
    Contact: Esther Martinez
    UCLA Mathematics Project
    Center X

    The UCLA Mathematics Project (UCLAMP) at Center X is part of a statewide program that strives to make a positive impact on TK-12 educators, students, communities and school districts in... Read More

    Contact: Esther Martinez
  • UCLA Recreation
    Recreation
    Contact: Tiffany Cote
    310-206-8241
    UCLA Recreation
    Recreation

    UCLA Recreation Youth Programs offers a wide variety of summer camps for grades K–12. Located at UCLA, the camps emphasize each child's needs and personal development within a group setting.... Read More

    Contact: Tiffany Cote
    310-206-8241
  • UCLA Science Project
    Center X
    Contact: Aldo Garcia
    310-825-7121
    UCLA Science Project
    Center X

    With the vision of transforming science classrooms, the UCLA Science Project at Center X partners with teachers from districts and schools to develop professional learning opportunities for K-12 teachers. Using... Read More

    Contact: Aldo Garcia
    310-825-7121
  • UCLA Summer Intensive for Bilingual Authorization – Spanish or Mandarin
    Center X
    Contact: Yolanda Reyna
    310-206-0796
    UCLA Summer Intensive for Bilingual Authorization – Spanish or Mandarin
    Center X

    Are you a credentialed in-service K-12 teacher with expertise in Mandarin or Spanish? Earn your Bilingual Authorization over your summer break in just 8 weeks! The UCLA Summer Intensive for... Read More

    Contact: Yolanda Reyna
    310-206-0796
  • UCLA Theater Pre-College Summer Institutes Program Profile
    School of Theater, Film and Television
    Contact: Dolann M. Adams
    310-206-6679
    UCLA Theater Pre-College Summer Institutes Program Profile
    School of Theater, Film and Television

    The UCLA Department of Theater Pre-College Summer Institutes is dedicated to nurturing and developing youth through rigorous summer programming that positively impacts students and promotes artistic development. Currently, we offer... Read More

    Contact: Dolann M. Adams
    310-206-6679
  • UCLA Tie-INS
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
    Contact: Sarah Bang
    310-825-8165
    UCLA Tie-INS
    Graduate School of Education and Information Studies

    TIE-INS (Together In Education In Neighborhood Schools) is a collaboration between UCLA and: Braddock Drive Elementary School Beethoven Street Elementary School Broadway Elementary School Brockton Avenue Elementary School Nora Sterry Elementary... Read More

    Contact: Sarah Bang
    310-825-8165
  • UCLA UniCamp
    Student Groups
    Contact: Jason Liou
    844-864-2267
    UCLA UniCamp
    Student Groups

    Enables and inspires children from low-income families to envision brighter futures by sending them, along with student volunteers, to its residential outdoor summer camp. Read More

    Contact: Jason Liou
    844-864-2267
  • UCLA Writing Project
    Center X
    Contact: Faye Peitzman
    310-825-6990
    UCLA Writing Project
    Center X

    The UCLA Writing Project at Center X, a site of the California Writing Project and the National Writing Project, has been serving teachers and students in the greater Los Angeles... Read More

    Contact: Faye Peitzman
    310-825-6990
  • UCLA Writing Workshop
    UCLA Writing Programs
    UCLA Writing Workshop
    UCLA Writing Programs

    A non-resident writing course for English-speaking High School students who seek to strengthen their writing and discussion skills. For over twenty years, UCLA Writing Programs has helped undergraduates successfully meet... Read More

  • University Parents Nursery School
    Contact: Ana Flores
    310-397-2735
    University Parents Nursery School

    The University Parents Nursery School (UPNS) is a cooperative school that cares for the children (aged 2-5) of UCLA students, staff and faculty. As a cooperative school, UPNS is run... Read More

    Contact: Ana Flores
    310-397-2735
  • Visualization Portal
    Academic Technology Services
    Visualization Portal
    Academic Technology Services

    The Visualization Portal (commonly referred to as virtual reality rooms or immersive environments) is an entryway into much of the research and instruction being done at UCLA. The Portal can... Read More

  • Weather Tour
    UCLA Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
    Contact: James Murakami
    310-825-2418
    Weather Tour
    UCLA Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences

    Take an Atmospheric Science Tour. If you are a teacher, K-12, we offer tours of our weather station. Our staff meteorologist, James Murakami, will show them the equipment behind meteorology, explain... Read More

    Contact: James Murakami
    310-825-2418