The philosophy of the program is to provide each child with the tools and the opportunity
to be actively involved in the learning process, to experience a variety of developmentally
appropriate activities and materials, and to pursue his/her own interests. As an integral
part of the Early Childhood Studies program, the center provides a multicultural,
anti-bias inclusion approach where children have the opportunity to experience differences
in gender, race/ethnicity, abilities, learning styles, and individual needs.
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When I joined MESA I found an atmosphere of very intelligent students, in which I have made friendships that are strengthened by our commitment to success. I am 31 years old and work full-time in order to support my growing family. Time management is vital to my success, and it has taken a while to find the right "recipe" of balance between school, work and family. MESA has given me important resources in the form of tutoring, access to potential internships, and help with the cost of books.
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