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Tutor a Generation Hope Scholar in American Sign Language!

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Generation Hope

Generation Hope is looking for a volunteer fluent in American Sign Language to tutor a scholar in our program. Your help for just one hour a week would make the difference in the life of a student parent balancing school and family. Please email ashley@generationhope.org if you are available!

Time commitment: One hour a week for the rest of the Spring semester

All meetings will be held virtually until further notice.

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About Generation Hope


415 Michigan Ave NE, Suite 250, WASHINGTON, DC 20017, US

Mission Statement

Generation Hope is a nonprofit organization that matches sponsors with teen parents who are attending college and are in need of financial and emotional support. Based on the belief that education is vital to success, its purposes are to give young parents and their children a support system as they pursue academic excellence, to provide a direct-support experience for sponsoring organizations and individuals, and to create a new generation of ambitious and successful families.


This one-of-a-kind program, started by a former teen mother who wanted to see more teen parents beat the odds, matches teen parents (Scholars) who are attending college in the Washington, D.C. metro area with individuals, organizations, and local businesses (Sponsors) to participate in a mentoring relationship that includes emotional and financial support. This is a multi-year commitment, lasting until the Scholar receives their college degree.

We believe education is the best promise for teen parents to achieve stable and successful futures and consistent financial and emotional support increases the likelihood that they will graduate. When teen mothers and fathers earn college degrees, their children are less likely to live in poverty, and our communities are strengthened.

Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Tutoring
  • American Sign Language




  • Background Check
  • One hour a week for the rest of the Spring semester.
  • Fluency in American Sign Language.

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