Empower Youth! Teach a Debate class to Low-Income Teens
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Neighborhood Youth Association is a nonprofit organization serving low-income and at-risk youth in Venice. We provide academic support and tutoring, leadership development, and skill building after school.
As part of our high school leadership development program, we provide elective classes. These are meant to be challenging and fun classes that provide new and interesting information that the students don't learn in school. This year, we would like to provide a Debate class.
Volunteers don't necessarily need any prior teaching experience. If you are knowledgeable about debate, and passionate about social justice and giving back to the community, then please consider volunteering to teach this course.
Our program runs Monday-Thursday from 4-7. We are flexible with volunteers' time. The commitment would be one hour/week for the school year.
If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Alex Halpern at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Neighborhood Youth Association (NYA)
1016 Pleasant View Ave, Locations in Mid-City, Downtown, South L.A.,, Venice, CA 90291, US
The Neighborhood Youth Association provides at risk youth from low income homes a comprehensive set of educational enhancement services in a sustained, focused manner over the critical years of their lives so that they may successfully reach a productive adulthood.
NYA offers services that are long term and concentrated, adapted to meet the individual needs of each child and are measured against tangible goals. We have locations in Venice, Mar Vista (West LA), Downtown LA, Mid-City, and South LA/Harbor Gateway.
We'll work with your schedule.
1016 Pleasant View AveVenice, CA 90291
- Teaching / Instruction
- Youth Services
- Critical Thinking
- Public Speaking
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Background Check
- 1 hour/week