Weekly Elementary Tutor - Activities provided! Effective and fun!

Save to Favorites

Heart Math Tutoring

  • 137 people are interested
Logo with tag

Did you know that:

  • only 44% of economically disadvantaged students in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) are proficient in 3rd - 8th grade math?
  • Heart Math Tutoring recruits and trains volunteers to serve as one-on-one tutors for CMS elementary students who are behind in math?
  • 98% of students to date have met Heart Tutoring's program growth goals?

Your Addition Makes a Difference! Volunteer with Heart.

Our mission at Heart Math Tutoring is to ensure that all elementary students develop the strong foundation in math and enthusiasm for academics needed for long-term success, by helping schools use volunteers as tutors. And, we are looking for volunteers to serve as one-on-one math tutors for the upcoming 2019/20 school year. Approximately 1,100 elementary students in 22 CMS partner schools will need tutors.

Heart Tutoring provides a fun way to build relationships with Charlotte-area elementary students while delivering academic skills crucial to their success. Volunteers commit 1 hour or 30 minutes per week starting in late September (often before work or during lunch). Heart provides an easy-to-follow curriculum with hands-on activities and games, and a staff person is on-site to make sure things run smoothly.

To view available school locations/times and sign up to be a tutor for the 2019/2020 school year, please visit http://hearttutoring.org/become-a-volunteer/. A member of our team will contact you via email in July with your school assignment and next steps.

With gratitude,

The Heart Tutoring Team

More opportunities with Heart Math Tutoring

No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.

About Heart Math Tutoring

Location:

1100 S. Mint Street Ste 208, Charlotte, NC 28203, US

Mission Statement

Heart Math Tutoring seeks to ensure that all elementary students have the foundational math skills and enthusiasm for academics they need to be successful. Most students who are struggling in math lack foundational number sense skills that support higher levels of learning and allow them to progress with their class. These students need one-on-one attention and instruction at their level. We believe that volunteer time is one of the only resources currently available to public schools that is not yet fully leveraged. We know that Charlotte's community cares deeply about the success of its children, and when given an opportunity to help that is effective and manageable on a wide scale, volunteers will make a tremendous impact on the academic trajectory of those students who are in most need of support.

Description

Heart Math Tutoring is a math intervention program that recruits and trains volunteers to work in CMS schools as tutors, delivering a proven curriculum which includes materials in one-on-one sessions during the school day. Teachers and school administrators recommend students for the program who are identified as one or more years below grade level in math. Heart then assesses each students served to determine his/her conceptual gaps and provides instruction at each student’s level in the form of 30 minutes to an hour one-on-one tutoring sessions twice per week.

Heart provides the curriculum and manages the volunteer tutors, allowing volunteers to bring struggling students up to grade level without creating additional work for school staff.

Heart uses a CMS-approved, Common Core-based curriculum designed specifically for volunteer tutors. It includes hands-on activities, clear goals and learning levels, instruction targeted to meet each student’s specific needs, and pre/post-assessments measuring student growth.

#MakeThisYearCount #Solutions #VolunteerWithHeart

WHEN

Mon Sep 23, 2019 - Fri May 08, 2020

WHERE

1100 S. Mint Street, Ste 107Various SchoolsCharlotte, NC 28203

(35.22291,-80.85561)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 30 min or 1 hour per week

Report this opportunity