Metro Transfer Academy at Mission
Metro Transfer Academy at Mission
Conveniently located in the heart of the Mission District, Metro Transfer Academy at Mission is a personalized educational home for students who want to graduate with an associate’s degree, smoothly transfer to university, and become leaders in their communities. This transfer academy serves students interested in pursuing careers in social services and public service. The academy focuses on exposing students to Diversity Studies, an important area of study for leadership development and advocacy here in California, the most diverse state in the US.
The academy’s course pathway prepares students going into a wide variety of social science-based majors, for example Education; Sociology; Urban Studies; Political Science; Psychology; Public Health and many more. All Metro core courses satisfy the transfer requirements for the CSU and UC systems.
Metro students take two or more courses together each semester over four semesters, building strong ties among peers, faculty and counselors. This academy also has strong ties with the vibrant cultural and community organizations of the Mission District, and is committed to deepening these roots.
This academy is a collaboration between Metro and the Diversity Departments at City College of San Francisco, and will introduce students to the rich course offerings in these nine departments:
- African American Studies
- Asian American Studies
- Asian Studies
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Labor & Community Studies
- Latin American & Latino/a Studies
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Studies (LGBT)
- Philippine Studies
- Women's Studies
Interested in learning more about Metro Transfer Academy at Mission? Please contact us!
CCSF Mission Center Office
1125 Valencia (between 22nd and 23rd Streets), Room 124
San Francisco CA 94110
Mission Center Phone: 415-452-6053
MISSION CAMPUS DROP IN HOURS:
(Fall and Spring Semesters ONLY)
Monday 9:30am - 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:30am - 5:00pm
Julieta Kusnir, MPH loves being in the classroom and learning with her San Francisco State and City College students. She has taught at both institutions and is lucky to be able to build relationships with students as a coordinator at SFCC. Before joining Metro, for five years, Julieta provided media advocacy trainings across the country for Berkeley Media Studies Group. She has also contributed to bilingual radio programming in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2000. Her radio pieces have aired on NPR, KCBS, and PRI among other media outlets. Julieta continues to produce and host segments of La Raza Chronicles on KPFA radio with an emphasis on health issues. Julieta's long-time commitment to addressing health inequities, particularly those in the Latino community, drew her back to the university to complete a master's in public health. Her areas of interest in the public health field include the media's impact on civic engagement, as well as popular education strategies. Julieta continues to provide trainings for KPFA radio's apprenticeship program. In 2008, she received an Ethnic Media Health Fellowship through The California Endowment. You can listen to her program at soundcloud.com/larazachronicles Julieta was born in Mexico City and grew up here in the Bay Area. Her mother is from Mexico and her father is from Argentina which inspires her to highlight stories on the radio and in the classroom that show how U.S. policies have pushed immigrants from their homes.
Below is the course pathway for this academy. Please talk with your coordinator in addition to meeting with your counselor to make sure you are taking your required Metro core course choices. This pathway may change in response to course availability.