Urgent Need: Volunteer Tutor for Migrant Youth
103 people are interested
The Migrant Education Program is looking for volunteer tutors to serve the children of migrant workers throughout the state New Hampshire and especially in Manchester and Concord. Our students are between the ages of 3-21 and come from a variety of countries all around the world. Tutors work one-on-one with students helping with homework, English language skills as well as their math & reading skills.
Do you have a passion for educating and empowering disadvantaged youth? Do you want to improve in a second language and gain cross-cultural fluency? With unequal resources and other obstacles in their paths, migrant youth are liable to fall through the cracks of the educational system.
Volunteer tutors can make a huge impact on the lives of migrant workers and their children living in New Hampshire, giving them the tools and confidence they need to succeed at the same rate as their peers. Gain valuable experience as an educator and know that you are making a difference in children’s lives!
- Cultural sensitivity
- English fluency
- 1-2 hours per week
- Some College
- Tutoring or teaching experience
- Volunteer experience
- Conversational Spanish (for some placements)
Please email Rachel Valladares (email@example.com) for more information or to apply for this position.
Visit education.nh.gov/instruction/integrated/title_i_c_education.htm for more information!
About New Hampshire Migrant Education Program
101 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301, US
The Migrant Education Program works to help migrant youth, ages 3-21, overcome educational barriers through educational and supplemental support.
The Migrant Education Program (Title I, Part C) is a federally-funded program that provides educational and support services for the eligible children of migrant workers, or the migrant workers themselves, if they are under 22 years old and have not graduated from high school.
We'll work with your schedule.
VariesConcordManchester, NH 03103
- Youth Services
- English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
- Literacy / Reading
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- 1-2 hours per week, flexible scheduling
- Strong desire to step up and help level the playing field for migrant and refugee children facing obstacles to academic success.