K - 8 Tutors and High School Mentors Needed for the 2021/2022 School Year
Mentor Tutor Connection
Tutors and Mentors are needed for the 2020 / 2021 academic school year
Tutors - must be high school graduates:
- Work one-on-one or with a small group once a week at a specific time during the school day either in-person (when allowed) or remotely
- Help with reading, writing, math and/or other subjects in either elementary or middle school in Los Altos or Mountain View
- Work under the supervision of a teacher for one hour each week during the school year
- Training and support from Tutor Placement Coordinators
Mentors - must be age 22 or older:
- Matched with a high school student of similar interests at Alta Vista, Mountain View, or Los Altos
- Serve as a non-judgmental role model
- Meet once a week in the first month, then at least twice a month thereafter -- a one-year commitment is strongly recommended
- "Match meeting" takes place on-campus during or after school hours to ensure that the first meeting is in a safe and familiar surrounding
- After the "match meeting," collaborate with mentee on future meeting locations and times
- Attend mini-trainings with other mentors
- Training and support from Mentor Program Managers
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Mentor Tutor Connection
PO Box 1473, Los Altos, CA 94023, US
The mission of Mentor Tutor Connection is to enhance academic and life skills for students through individualized volunteer tutoring and mentoring. We serve the students in the public schools of Los Altos and Mountain View.
Mentor Tutor Connection (MTC) is a community-based and supported non-profit organization that provides tutors at elementary and middle school grade levels in the Los Altos and Mountain View Whisman School Districts and mentors to students in the three high schools in the Mountain View Los Altos High School District.
Tutoring: For elementary and middle school children, we offer tutoring during the school day under the supervision of the classroom teacher and help with homework in after school programs. Most of the tutoring is in basic skills but subjects can range from reading skills, English, math, and science. We also may assist English language learners or students in special programs such as public speaking or science labs. Our tutors must be high school graduates.
Mentoring: All mentor volunteers are placed at the high school level. Mentors are carefully screened and interviewed by one of our experienced Mentor Program Managers for the purpose of creating a good match with a student who has been referred to the program. Mentor training is provided and ongoing support is available through the Mentor Program Managers. The role of the mentor is to spend time with the student, be a good listener, and provide a positive influence in the student’s life. Our mentors must be at least 22 years of age.