YMCA's Community HOPE Mentoring Program ~ Short Community HOPE Video: https://vimeo.com/66176248 Community HOPE is a mentor/literacy program with the Alexander Family YMCA. Community HOPE isn't just a tutoring program. It's a relationship – a bond between mentor and child.
ATTENTION: We have filled our slots for our 2nd session of Readers as Leaders! The session runs Feb/March to June 2016. In the meantime, contact elaine@dpfc.net for other volunteer opportunities DPFC has to offer.
YES 360 In Schools Program facilitates and creates educational and entrepreneurial opportunities with an emphasis on personal financial wellness.
Interested in tutoring a child to support their academic success? You can empower students to gain a love and understanding of reading and comprehension using the HELPS reading program. www.helpsprogram.org
You can empower students to gain a love and understanding of reading and comprehension using the HELPS fluency intervention. We are seeking for volunteers in junior/senior year of high school all the way up to retirees! This is a great way for students to complete their service/contact hours.
If you can read this, you can help share the gift of literacy with an adult learner! Each tutor meets with a student for 90 minutes twice weekly for 6 months or longer. Training is provided. No prior experience needed.
Become part of an immigrant's journey--help them learn English! If you or someone you know would like to volunteer tutor non-native speakers in English, then please email esol@durhamliteracy.org or call (919) 489-8383. No experience in teaching is necessary; training is provided.
DTM Foundation serves families with medically fragile children at Duke and UNC Children's Hospitals. We need support with writing grants to gain more funding in 2017.
Tutors meet one-on-one with a student every week to enhance the student’s academic skills and promote productive academic habits. Providing help with homework and assisting with test preparation, tutors encourage student to become independent learners.
100 Volunteers Needed! [Fuquay Varina]
Tutors meet one-on-one with a student every week to enhance the student’s academic skills and promote productive academic habits. Providing help with homework and assisting with test preparation, tutors encourage student to become independent learners.