Riverfront School & Career Center

Graphic Artist Shares Knowledge With Looking Glass Youth

Graphic Artist Shares Knowledge With Looking Glass Youth

Over multiple visits in recent months, local graphic artist Matt Brundage, on loan from Eugene’s Imagination International Inc, spent hours with Looking Glass students at Riverfront and Center Point Schools teaching youth about drawing techniques. In addition to showing off his amazing artistic skills, Matt brought humor and fun into the classrooms at Looking Glass.

Job Panel: Skilled Trade Reps Visit Riverfront School

Job Panel: Skilled Trade Reps Visit Riverfront School

Riverfront School has launched a new Job Panel Series inviting area employers to visit the school to discuss options with students for their next phase of life after high school. On Wednesday, January 16th a panel of representatives from local trade and apprenticeship organizations came to inform students about the valuable options available to them here locally.

OCCU Donation Provides Helpful Holiday Gifts to Looking Glass Programs

OCCU Donation Provides Helpful Holiday Gifts to Looking Glass Programs

Oregon Community Credit Union’s Employee Community Giving Fund Committee donated $1,000 to Looking Glass to provide assistance with purchase of some much needed items for programs at Station 7 and Riverfront School. Items purchased included various cookware, pots and pans, plates and bowls and more as well as some newborn baby clothes purchased for Riverfront School clients who are expecting newborn babies in the coming year.

Program Spotlight: Riverfront School and Career Center (VIDEO)

Program Spotlight: Riverfront School and Career Center (VIDEO)

Looking Glass' Riverfront School and Career Center, an accredited alternative high school located on West 12th in Eugene, offers opportunity for academic success for students in Lane County and also helps youth find a career path. Daniel, a recent Riverfront graduate, is thankful for the school offering him a 2nd chance after he dropped out (see video).

Program Spotlight: Lane-Metro Youth Corps Summer Work Crew

Program Spotlight: Lane-Metro Youth Corps Summer Work Crew

Since 1990, Looking Glass' Lane Metro Youth Corps has coordinated a summer work crew, giving paid summer work experience to hundreds of Lane County youth over the years and helping to make improvements to a variety of local natural resources and habitats. "Beyond getting paid, these youth are getting valuable work experience," said crew supervisor and Riverfront teacher Craig Annsa.

Graduation Day: Center Point & Riverfront Schools

Graduation Day: Center Point & Riverfront Schools

Looking Glass Center Point and Riverfront alternative schools held their respective 2018 graduation ceremonies on Thursday, June 14th celebrating the culmination of years of hard work and support from teachers, counselors, families and friends for a group of aspiring and inspiring local youth. Each school has its own traditions for graduation ceremonies and each was emotional and celebratory for another unique group of Looking Glass clients.

Program Spotlight: Riverfront Job Training Program

Program Spotlight: Riverfront Job Training Program

The Job Training Program, which operates out of the Looking Glass Riverfront School and Career Center, is a uniquely-designed program that prepares youth, ages 14-24, for success in the workforce in multiple ways. The Job Training Program has been in operation since the late 80's and is funded through the Lane Workforce Partnership.