Looking for Qualified Tutors for Virtual Tutoring for Low-income Studnets
The Kids at Heart (KAH) program is one of Uplift's four programs. KAH offers virtual tutoring and mentoring for low-income children in grades Kindergarten through 12th. Now more than ever, we need volunteers willing to help those most impacted by the global pandemic and economic crisis. Most of our students live below the poverty line, and many speak English as a second language. Your participation in the lives of these children is significant. Many of our students struggle to do well in school, but the outcome of our combined efforts is priceless. With a judicious and compassionate mentor by their side, they will have a greater chance to succeed.
To be eligible for tutoring, volunteers must:
Submit a volunteer application at tinyurl.com/uplift-kah-tutor
Schedule a New Volunteer Meeting with the Programs Director at tinyurl.com/upliftmartin
Pass a background check screening
Attend a Kids at Heart Volunteer Orientation/Training
Commit to tutoring a child during the school year (September - June) for one hour per week
Have access to high-speed internet and a laptop for optimal virtual tutoring success
Please contact the Programs Director, Martin Arceo, at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions and inquiries.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
2801 B Street #26, San Diego, CA 92102, US
UPLIFT is a faith-based, volunteer organization serving students and those experiencing homelessness. UPLIFT offers four programs with one purpose: Transforming Lives, Uplifting San Diego.
Kids at Heart: 10 inner-city sites offer weekly tutoring and mentoring for low-income, racially diverse youth of San Diego. 150 volunteers provide one-on-one tutoring to these students, helping them improve literacy skills and achieve academic success.
Swimming Upstream: Young womens' mentoring program teaches leadership skills and prepares teens to navigate the waters of challenging high school years.
Triple Cross: Assists those experiencing homelessness CA ID's and transportation needs each week from the Neil Good Day Center.
The Home Team: Recruits, trains and places volunteers for all levels of service to those experiencing homelessness, including assessment, housing navigation, placement, move-in assistance & companionship to help those recently placed settle in to their new home.