Volunteers will be paired with students ranging in age from kindergarten to 5th grade. During a meeting with a student, volunteers can work through a school assignment, play a game, read a book, or share a hobby. The mentoring program is more flexible in what can be done; the tutoring program is strictly literacy-based activities. Commit to meeting with a student for either the academic semester or the academic year.
Tutor an elementary student at Orchard Ridge Elementary school once a week during the school year. Connect one on one with a student in our community providing assistance in either math or reading. Training provided. No teaching experience necessary. Equip students with literacy-based skills, such as reading and writing, for students in kindergarten to 5th grade. Commit to meeting with a student for either the academic semester or the academic year. This program is provided through Schools of Hope, an AmeriCorps program.
The next Hope & A Future Work Day will be on Saturday, October 19 from 9am – 12pm. Join us with your garden gloves and yard work tools! Everyone is welcome, including children (with parent supervision). Use the link above to sign up.
Location: 3440 S. High Point Rd, Madison, WI 53719