LINC: Learning Intergenerational Community
LINC is an intergenerational program created in 2016 in collaboration with Sudbury Public Schools and the Sudbury Senior Center.
From roots to branches, this afterschool program is designed to bring together third and fourth grade elementary school students with older adults 55+.
Teacher-led curriculum building on 25 year success of Bridges Together intergenerational program
Six structured, but relaxed 1 1/2 hour sessions after school
Opportunity for investigating history, meeting STEAM* challenges and problem solving
STEAM—Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math
LINC Volunteers NEEDED – New session starts on April 12, 2018
LINC is seeking a few good volunteers, 55 and older, to meet 1.5 hour per week afterschool for 6 weeks with a small group of students from the Sudbury elementary schools.
Please contact Judy Battat, Intergenerational Program Coordinator at 508-443-3055 or email her at email@example.com for more information.
Are you interested in reading one-one with elementary age students this spring (2018)? This program has flexible time slots. For more information contact Judy Battat, Intergenerational Program Coordinator at 508-443-3055 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Get to know one of the wonderful students from Lincoln Sudbury High School who will volunteer to help you with your cell phone(s), laptops, iPad or other computer device(s). Call the Senior Center to schedule an appointment at 978-443-3055.