AHC Inc. is among the largest developers of affordable and mixed-income housing in the Washington-Baltimore metro region. Since its founding 40 years ago in Arlington, VA, AHC Inc. has developed nearly 7,000 quality affordable homes to help families and individuals build stable lives and strong futures. As the need for affordable housing has grown, AHC Inc. has expanded beyond our Arlington roots to also serve communities in Montgomery County, Baltimore, Washington, DC, Alexandria and Fairfax County. We provide homes for more than 18,000 people. Each year, our Resident Services program supports thousands of children, families and senior citizens through on-site programs. Our continued growth could not have happened without our many dedicated and enthusiastic supporters, donors, volunteers, community groups, and business and government partners.
AHC's Arlington Resident Services program began more than 20 years ago and focuses primarily on comprehensive education programs for elementary through high school students. The program also provides community connections and onsite programs to help adults strengthen their economic stability and build stronger futures for themselves and their families.
AHC’s Teen Program for middle and high school students exists to:
* Encourage academic achievement and the identification and development of personal assets and life skills among the students participating
* Encourage the motivation and engagement in learning necessary for students to view their school experiences as positive and productive and see themselves as the shapers of their future
* Encourage college as a viable option for most students after high school and support students who do not plan to attend college to pursue other productive options
* Provide a safe, caring environment where nurturing relationships with adults and other youth build self-confidence and strong social skills.
Community volunteers for the 2017-2018 school year are being recruited for the following community centers to work one on one with middle and high school students (6 th-12 th grade) supporting them with homework completion, studying for exams, and tutoring in struggling subject areas.
1. The Fort Henry Community Center's Teen Program located at 2470 S. Lowell St. is in need of one volunteer tutors to work one on one or with multiple teens with their Spanish homework and one volunteer to work with a teen working towards a modified high school diploma on life skills like telling time, organization, etc.. Volunteers are needed Tuesday or Thursday, 7-8PM during the 2017-2018 school year. Volunteers are asked to commit to one day a week for an hour for the entire school year. More days or hours are welcomed if volunteers are interested.
2. The Harvey Hall Community Center’s Teen Program located at 850 S. Greenbrier St is in need of 10 volunteer tutors to work one on one or with multiple teens with their school work or studying for Math, Spanish and other subject areas, Tuesday and Wednesday, 6-7 PM during the 2017-2018 school year. Volunteers are asked to commit to one day a week for an hour for the entire school year. More days or hours are welcomed if volunteers are interested.
- Literacy / Reading
- Math / Science Instruction
- Teaching / Instruction
- Reading / Writing
- General Education
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Orientation or Training