Grant Research and Writing for Kivato Education Center
KIVATO EDUCATION CENTER
Kivato Education Center is a nonprofit education company that has been serving students with needs since 2014. We are looking for volunteers to help us with the following:
- Apply for private and public grants eligible for non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organizations.
- Obtain agreements with medical insurance companies for reimbursement of learning disability contractual services such as ADD/ADHD, learning disability testing, or even reimbursement for school services.
- Research how students of special needs private schools like our sister company Excelsior Academy can obtain reimbursement for a portion of their tuition paid.
Your title will be Volunteer Grant Writer and you will report to the Director for Kivato, Mr. AJ Saleem.
This is a valuable Volunteering opportunity that will both benefit students and you as a volunteer as you will learn about writing and researching grants. Our opportunity also allows you to build your portfolio and/or resume.
About KIVATO EDUCATION CENTER
104 INDUSTRIAL BLVD, SUITE Q, SUGAR LAND, TX 77478, US
At Kivato Education Center, we believe that money should not determine who is able to receive a quality education and strive to provide low-income families with quality academic support. Through our status as a 501 (c) (3) and by offering small group tutoring sessions, opposed to typical one-on-one help, we are able to keep our prices 40-60% below that of commercial tutoring services. Additionally we work to build a mentor-type connection between tutor and tutee that fosters confidence and creates a level of comfort at which guidance may be offered and accepted.
Who We Are
We are a non-profit organization based in Houston that offers supplemental education to under served communities and under privileged families. We provide academic professionals to provide tutoring, test prep, and learning disability therapy, to students grade K-12. We also help families that need help finding affordable private school options for students who struggle to learn in the traditional class environment. What We Do
We provide tutoring, mentorship, supplemental education, and guidance to students in under served communities and under privileged families. Many of our experiences and backgrounds are similar to those we teach and this allows for us to provide vital information and networking skills that can be left out from traditional tutoring centers. This can include helping with choosing a major, improving studying habits, selecting a career, or anything else that stems from our experiences. This can also include that extra push from another voice that can relate.