Our Organization

Napa County Office of Education provides a broad range of student services in response to changing community needs. Working in partnership with school districts, nonprofits, and other local agencies, NCOE offers direct services for students, professional development for personnel and community members, and disseminates resources nationally, statewide, and locally.


Our Program

CalSERVES Expanded Learning, a program of Napa County Office of Education’s Community Programs, grew out of the belief that all children deserve to thrive academically, physically and emotionally. Serving students in Napa & Sonoma Counties, we strive to increase Literacy & STEM skills as well as increase Social Emotional skills in children K-12. CalSERVES AmeriCorps members provide Academic Tutoring, Social Emotional Skills Mentoring, and provide Active Recess and Inclusion support for all students at each school.


Passion * Potential * Power

CalSERVES Workers

Our AmeriCorps Members

60 CalSERVES Expanded Learning AmeriCorps members provide support to over 1,200 students at 15 of the highest need schools in Napa and Sonoma counties. All members receive a minimum of 170 hours of professional development training along with hands-on experience in a school setting with students and faculty members. We provide a living allowance of $15,000 for the service term, as well as an education award. In addition, AmeriCorps members receive a Mentorship Certificate geared towards Master level School Counseling and PPS program requirements. Our second-year members receive career mentorship with professionals in their desired field.

Service Locations

Calistoga, Napa, Santa Rosa

Member Qualifications

CalSERVES Expanded Learning encourages individuals with experience working with children in both an academic and/ or a wellness based environments to apply. We provide extensive training to ensure impactful experiences for passionate candidates.


Program Contact

Sara Sitch


Our Impact


In the 2016-17 school year, over 1200 students were provided with tutoring and mentoring support.


The CalSERVES program began in 1998. Since it’s inception, over 16,000 students have been provided with tutoring and after school services.


Each year, NCOE CalSERVES Expanded Learning programs provide members with over $350,000 in education awards.


Since 1998, CalSERVES programs have provided over $15M to future teachers, health professionals, counselors and community leaders in education awards.

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