Do you have just 30-90 minutes a week to make a difference in the life of a local high school student? And do you have an interest and background in an academic subject, especially math or science?
This spring, Cambridge School Volunteers (CSV) is seeking tutors, particularly those with an interest in math and science, to work with students who need homework help and skill-building at the Tutoring Center of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. The Tutoring Center is open Monday-Friday mornings before school, from 7:30-8:00 am, and also every weekday afternoon from 2:30-4:00 pm. Tutors are matched one-to-one with individual students to work together for one semester or more.
You can sign-up directly for a new volunteer orientation session and become a high school tutor right on the CSV website: http://www.csvinc.org/for-volunteers/how-to-get-started/ Or, you can contact Deandra Williams, CSV Director of High School Programs, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an orientation. Additionally, if you have questions about the Tutoring Center or any of our other CSV programs, or if you would like to register for one of our new volunteer orientations by phone, you can call us at the CSV office--617 349-6794.
Every school year, CSV places hundreds of volunteers as tutors and mentors throughout the Cambridge Schools, grades K-12, supporting students' academic and personal success. At CSV, we work hard to create a great match between our volunteers and the students they are helping, ensuing a win-win for everyone! Please visit our website to learn more about our array of programs in Cambridge elementary and upper schools and at Cambridge Rindge and Latin: http://www.csvinc.orgWe look forward to hearing from you and to having you join us at CSV, especially as a high school math or science tutor. Thank you so much for your interest in making a difference in students' lives and in Cambridge School Volunteers!
- Math / Science Instruction
- General Education
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Orientation or Training
- 30-90 minutes per week for at least 1 semester