This virtual opportunity is open to California residents only
Community Education Partnerships (CEP) believes in providing quality education to students in the Bay Area who are unhoused and to those facing housing instability. As a consistent presence in the life of a homeless youth, you can help build up that child’s confidence and instill a joy for reading and math that will help set them up for academic success.
In an effort to keep our students and volunteers safe, CEP is providing virtual tutoring at this time. All California residents are welcome to apply, however, CEP will prioritize volunteers who are local to the Bay Area, willing to transition to in-person tutoring when deemed safe, and able to commit to volunteering at least six months.
As a virtual volunteer tutor with CEP you will:
Work virtually with a student for at least one hour per week
Provide homework support and academic skill building
Read aloud and be read to in return
Play literacy and math games
No teaching experience required and anyone over the age of 16 can volunteer. Session times are flexible and all of the necessary training is provided. Students range from 2nd grade through high school and are matched with tutors based on age and grade preferences. Tutors under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian co-tutoring with them.
Apply today or learn more by visiting: www.cep.ngo/volunteer.html
The mission of Community Education Partnerships (CEP) is to increase the learning opportunities and enhance the academic achievement of homeless and highly mobile children in the Bay Area.
The primary function of CEP is to recruit and train volunteers to provide high-quality academic tutoring for homeless children in the pre-kindergarten - 12th grade school system. Volunteers get matched with a student with whom they meet once per week, typically at a shelter or transitional home.
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
November 16, 2020
Math / Science Instruction
Reading / Writing
Must be at least 16
Orientation or Training
2 hour one-time orientation and 1 hour per week of tutoring
Minors 16 or older are welcome to apply. Must have a parent and/or guardian to supervise tutoring.