Serra Real Connections Volunteer Tutor


Cause Areas


It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


Murphy Canyon/Clairemont AreaSan Diego, CA 92117



Serra Real Connections, located at Serra High School, is designed to provide individual and group services to students at Serra High School to prepare them for college or post-high-school success. The program provides diverse programs and services to significantly impact general climate and culture, parent engagement, developing student leaders, and strengthening social/emotional confidence for at-risk teens.

The purpose of this volunteer position is to tutor youth (ages 14-17) one on one or in small groups for the following subjects: Math (all levels), science, and/or Foreign Language (French or Spanish). The tutor does not need to be an expert in all of these subjects listed, but those are the subjects that our students need most support with.


Murphy Canyon/Clairemont Area

Start Date - End Date:

Mid March to the end of the school year or beginning of June

Key Responsibilities:

Help with homework and class work

Provide academic support

Be comfortable with one-on-one support

Encourage attendance and positive behavior

Serve as a role model to others

Participate in the activities the children are doing

Relate well to children and adults

Willingness to share one's time with others

Ability to take direction and guidance from the Site Supervisor

Ability to work with people from diverse cultures


Must be at least 18 years old

Must be cleared through TB test, drug test, background check

Will be asked to provide references

Must have reliable transportation

Time Commitment:

Preferably on Tuesdays and Thursdays

Willing to work with your schedule to find times to tutor

Training and Support:

Will receive support and supervision and guidance from Program Manager


Will be invited to attend our annual Volunteer Recognition Lunch in June

Gain experience working with youth and diverse groups

Gain knowledge and experience in the Education field and volunteering with a non-profit organization

Become involved in the strengthening of your own neighborhoods and communities

Participate in meaningful work resulting in a sense of accomplishment

Develop an appreciation for teamwork and shared goals

Improve your own life and the lives of others in practical and long-lasting ways

Point of Contact:

Marion Liszkowski, Volunteer Engagement Coordinator



  • Mathematics
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Reading / Writing
  • Environmental Science
  • Tutoring

Good Match For


Requirements & Commitment

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Preferably on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Flexible

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