Elementary school reading tutor/mentor
3 people are interested
The Senior Hub's, Schools Where All Thrive (SWAT) tutor/mentor program needs additional volunteers for this school year to help young students to improve their reading skills. SWAT teams of 3-5 adult tutor/mentors serve in approximately 15 elementary schools in the Adams 1, 12, 27J and 50 school districts in the north-Denver metro area. Volunteers spend 2-3 hours per week and help up to 4 students apiece. Most of the students are in the second or third grade with some younger or older elementary students depending on the school. Your help may allow these younger persons to avoid the downward spiral that often leads to school dropouts if their reading skills are insufficient. Contact Senior Hub's Outreach (SHOUT) Dept. for information 303-426-4408.
About Senior Hub RSVP - SHOUT (Senior Hub Outreach)
9025 Grant St Ste 150, Thornton, CO 80229, US
Senior Hub's RSVP - SHOUT (Senior Hub Outreach) helps people to find service opportunitities in their home communities that match their personal interests and utilize their skills and lifelong experiences. Participants serve from a few to over 40 hours a week in a wide variety of organizations.
The Senior Hub's programs are designed to engage older Americans in meaningful volunteer activities in their local communities, and to provide services which will allow them to remain independently in their homes for as long as possible.
We'll work with your schedule.
The Senior Hub, Inc.9025 Grant St. Ste 150Thornton, CO 80229
- Literacy / Reading
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 50
- Orientation or Training
- 2-3 hours per week
- Volunteers must complete any background checks or other requirements of the school/district where they will serve before being placed with students.