Make a difference in your community - volunteer your time! Cesar Chavez Academy is accepting applications for board member positions. This is an unpaid, volunteer position.
Forms may be picked up at any Cesar Chavez Academy campus or district office:
8126 W. Vernor Hwy.
4100 Martin St. (District Office)
Board member information and Application Forms can be found on the Saginaw Valley State University / School-University
Partnership Office website by clicking here.
All information, including application and resume, must be submitted to the district office, 4100 Martin
St., Detroit, MI 48210
Questions? Call Tina Villarreal at 313.361.8689 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
State Board of Education News Release. The State Board of Education this week unanimously adopted a resolution honoring the late Cesar E. Chavez as an American hero, a civil rights leader, Latino, farm worker, and a labor leader; a religious and spiritual figure; a community servant and social entrepreneur; a crusader for nonviolent social change; and an environmentalist and consumer advocate. State Board member Lupe Ramos-Montigny initiated the resolution to honor the life, legacy and contributions of Chávez.
To read the entire resolution, click here.
A lo largo del mes de marzo, se pide a las comunidades de todo el país para conmemorar la vida y el legado de trabajo líder de derechos civiles Cesar E. Chávez "a través de la educación, la celebración, y proyectos de servicio.
"César Chávez trató de mejorar las vidas de nuestros ciudadanos más vulnerables, y el servicio a los demás es una gran manera de honrar su legado", dijo Robert Velasco, II, CEO interino de la Corporación para el Servicio Nacional y Comunitario.
Throughout the month of March, communities across the country are asked to commemorated the life and legacy of civil rights leader Cesar E. Chavez' work through education, celebration, and service projects.
“Cesar Chavez sought to improve the lives of our most vulnerable citizens, and service to others is a great way to honor his legacy,” said Robert Velasco, II, Acting CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service.