Facilitate a student’s success through tutoring and observe how impactful the tutor’s contribution is in the lives of students in the short term. Directly contribute student success and their path to higher education. Edu-Futuro Testing Tutors support students in their preparation for the SAT/ACT Standardized tests by providing targeted instruction in areas of need. This is a short-term commitment based around targeted sessions over the course of several weeks. Tutors will work closely with students in the weeks prior to their testing date to improve overall performance and enhance student confidence.
Previous experience as a tutor or teacher with particular expertise in standardized testing is required. Those with experience in particular areas, especially with subject tests, will be matched with students according to their needs. Tutors will be matched with at least one student with the option of tutoring up to four students. Utilize previous knowledge and relevant test-prep materials with the ultimate goal of preparing your students to tackle the SAT or ACT with confidence. If you are interested in being a Volunteer SAT/ACT Tutor, please fill out our Volunteer Intake Form at https://edu-futuro.salsalabs.org/volunteers/index.html and send a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Tutors are expected to be available to meet with students twice a week over a span of several weeks for 45 minutes each time. The Tutor is expected to be available "after" school hours. This program begins in the fall and continues throughout the school year, except during Christmas break and Easter break. Flexible scheduling is available.
The mission of Edu-Futuro is to empower immigrant and underserved youth and families through mentorship, education, leadership development and parent engagement to keep students on the college track.
Educacion Para Nuestro Futuro (Edu-Futuro) is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 by Bolivian parents and educators to address the educational needs of the growing Latino population. We offer programs that empower immigrant families through education. We offer: Spanish and English classes to children and adults in our Spanish Program and Spanish Camp, the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) which is a youth leadership and college preparation program, 9-12 Grades; STEM/Robotics, upper elementary, middle school, and high school (4-12); Tutoring Program (4-12); SAT and ACT summer prep program; Reading Program; as well as parent and family programs. And we welcome volunteers in all our programs!
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Immigrants & Refugees
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
October 5, 2020
Literacy / Reading
Math / Science Instruction
Teaching / Instruction
Reading / Writing
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Tutors are expected to be available to meet with students twice a week over a span of several weeks for 45 minutes each time. The Tutor is expected to be available “after” school hours. This program begins in the fall and continues throughout the sc
Previous experience as a tutor or teacher with particular expertise in standardized testing is required.