Africana Studies Presents AFS 283: A Community Volunteer Initiative Taught by Dr. Tracey L. Walters.  

Please let students know about AFS 283, the community volunteer initiative for credit taught by Dr. Tracey L. Walters.  

The Stony Brook University AFS 283 Community outreach Mentoring Program, in partnership with Tri Community and Youth Agency, is a 3 credit mentoring program designed to provide academic support and guidance for “at risk” students from underserved neighborhoods, through group discussions, classroom instruction, guest speakers, and one-on-one mentoring sessions through field experience, readings, research, and discussion, students focus on social and educational problems relating primarily to the African-American and Latinx experience. Tri-Community students travel by bus to Stony Brook. 

All students must complete training, on-line instruction, and assignments. 

Course Prerequisites: none Instructor: Dr. Tracey L. Walters 

Meets bi-weekly, Wednesdays 4:00-6:00Social and Behavioral Sciences, the Richard B. Moore Library (S224)