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Quick Contacts:
Main Gluck contact email - use this first! 
gluckprogram.ucr@gmail.com


Christine Leapman, Assistant Director
(951) 827-5739
christine.leapman@ucr.edu


Joseph Santarromana, Program Coordinator
(951) 827-3518
joesant@ucr.edu


 

Information and Forms for Current and Future Gluck Site Coordinators

Are you interested in getting your school or community site involved with the Gluck Fellows Program of the Arts? Contact the Gluck office and we will get you started.

  • All Gluck programs are offered free of charge to participants, and there is no fee to become a Gluck Site.
  • Your site must be free and open to the public, and located within 20 a minute drive of the UCR campus.
  • All Gluck Sites must complete a Service Agreement between UCR and the Site / School District.
    • We currently have agreements with these School Districts: Alvord, Jurupa, Moreno Valley, Perris Union, Riverside, Val Verde, Bureau of Indian Education
  • Please determine a Site Coordinator who will handle all correspondence with the Gluck office and will organize the booking and evaluation of all Fellow programs at the site/school. 
  • Once the Site Coordinator is chosen and the Service Agreement is completed, a member of Gluck staff will visit your site for an in-person orientation to the Gluck Program. 

If you are a Site Coordinator for an active Gluck Site, please expand the menu items below for the information you will need to request and evaluate Gluck programs.

  • Forms and Handbooks

    Please see below for the Site Coordinator Handbook and Site Resources Form. An updated copy of the Site Resources Form is required each year before your Site is eligible to request and receive Gluck Fellows. If you will be visiting UCR for a VIP Day field trip, please provide a copy of the Liability Waiver and Media Release form for each student attending.

    2018-19 Gluck Site Coordinator Handbook

    Site Resources Form - MANDATORY each year for all sites!

    How to Be a Great Audience Member - Top tips for enjoying any Gluck workshop, performance, or presentation

    Liability Waiver for field trips to UCR - English and Spanish

    UCR Media Release Form for field trips to UCR - English and Spanish

  • Programs Available and Request a Gluck Program!

    If you would like to request Gluck Fellows for your school or site, please review the Gluck Programs Available catalog and click the link below to fill out a Fellow Request! This link will take you to our Google Request Form. If you have questions or concerns about a Fellow request, please email or call the Gluck office.

    Gluck Programs Available Catalog - Link to most current Gluck Fellows Programs Available catalog - updated 10-21-19

    Request a Gluck Fellow Session - Link to Request Form

    How to Be a Great Audience Member - Top tips for enjoying any Gluck workshop, performance, or presentation

  • Program Evaluation Forms

    Evaluations are a critical part of the Gluck Program, and are required by the Max H. Gluck Foundation, our Program's sponsor. Please remind all program hosts/teachers to complete an evaluation within 2 weeks of receiving their Gluck presentation. The Host/Teacher Evaluation is required, and the Student/Participant Evaluation is optional but encouraged! At the end of the year, please complete one Site Coordinator End of Year Evaluation to help us plan for the next round of Gluck programming.

    REQUIRED: Host/Teacher Evaluation -  Link to Evaluation Form

    OPTIONAL: Student/Participant Evaluation - Link to Evaluation Form

    REQUIRED: Site Coordinator End of Year Evaluation - Link to Evaluation Form (link available April-June)

  • Gluck CORD Files - Free Online Arts Enrichment Resources for Your Classroom!

    The Gluck CORD (Classroom Online Resource Document) archive provides a wide variety of information and activities from our Gluck Fellows. Site Coordinators, classroom teachers, and other educators are encouraged to search this archive of materials to extend learning from a Gluck Fellow you have hosted! If you missed out on a Fellow's program, you can find information about their workshop topic here! Use CORDs to extend learning, or introduce your students to a brand new topic. All CORDs are considered Public Domain and are free to use. Visit the CORD archive!