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Be an Elementary or Teen Mentor in Azusa!
ORGANIZATION: Our Neighborhood Homework House
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59 people are interested
Much more than an after-school program, Neighborhood Homework House is a learning center that brings hope and encouragement to the children of Azusa. How? By providing a welcoming, safe haven where children are encouraged to reach for their dreams and are equipped with the tools to realize them. We accomplish this by investing in each child through small group tutoring, enrichment activities and building lasting mentoring relationships that span their childhood and teen years. Kinder-12th Program Between the months of September-May, we are looking for tutors to provide homework assistance to the same student(s) once or twice a week for 2 hour sessions. Tutors choose tutoring sessions based on their availability and desired age group.
About Our Neighborhood Homework House
P.O. Box 993, Azusa, CA 91702, US
Our mission, together with Azusa families and community partners, is to elevate and support students with access to opportunities, equipping them to thrive. We envision an empowered, collaborative, and resilient community where Azusa families flourish.
This program was developed for children 3-4 years of age that focuses on language development and social learning.
The elementary program offers homework assistance by pairing tutors in 1:2 / 1:3 ratio for academic success, creating supplemental workbooks and prescriptive work plan, mentoring students through a character formation program, and creating opportunities for positive social interactions.
The middle school program offers homework assistance by pairing tutors in 1:3 ratio for academic success, creating supplemental workbooks, and placing students in mentoring groups to discuss character formation. The high school program offers a study hall space for students, coaching towards academic success, curriculum to prepare students for life after high school, and resource field trips.
Our alumni program is a way to continue the relationships built at NHH after graduation. We stay connected with our alumni as they move onto college by providing mentorship and community.
For parents, we offer seminars, computer-based adult literacy in English and Spanish, leadership opportunities in the parent committee, a network of familial support groups, and coordinate neighborhood building events.
777 E. Alosta Ave.Azusa, CA 91702
January 11, 2024
- General Education
- Literacy / Reading
- Youth Services
- Child Development
- Adult Education
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 13
- Orientation or Training
- 2-4 hours per week by semester