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Remote/Online Only: Need volunteers at our partner Michigan School Reading Program

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Muli Children's International Education Program

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Remote/Online Only: Need 50 volunteers for our partner Michigan School Reading Program - Training volunteers weekly. We will teach you Zoom skills and coaching reading skills for 3rd graders. All student mentoring is conducted via Zoom. A plus if you have used Zoom or Microsoft Teams. Commitment is 3-5 hours a week, select your day (weekdays only) and times are at 9am, 12noon, or 4pm. To receive information materials and next steps please visit https://www.soardetroit.com/mentor

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About Muli Children's International Education Program

Location:

PO Box 77091, Corona, CA 92877, US

Mission Statement

Muli Children's International Education Program is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides funds for children to pursue a secondary school education (US equivalent 9-12th grades).

Description

In some countries, kids whose parents cannot afford the full amount are pulled out of school in the middle of the term. MCIEP helps kids stay in school to get a basic education that will better their lives and better our world.

Currently focusing on Kenya, scholarships are available for students who show academic interest in the area of science and mathematics and who demonstrate financial need.

For the students awarded scholarships, MCIEP closely monitors student progress, term by term, providing resources and encouragement to improve or continue in excellent schoolwork.

Students who continue to perform to the minimum grade requirements are supported through their entire secondary school education: Form 1 to 4 (9-12th grade).

The smile of a child, surrounded by poverty and a future of certain death before 64, beams like the sun when they are told there will be money for them to stay in school.

Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Any StreetDetroit, MI 48204

(42.37033,-83.13809)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Commitment is 3-5 hours a week, twice a week, weekdays only; times are at 9am, 12noon, or 4pm.
  • Internet access for a 1 hour session, basic computer skills with a browser, logging into a system, updating 3-5 fields. Reading with children, encouragement, a cheerleader for children!

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