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Youth Tutor

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ORGANIZATION: World Relief Chicago

  • 85 people are interested

Changing schools is difficult enough; now imagine your new school is in a completely different country, culture, and language. This is the reality for refugee and immigrant youth when they first start school in America. As a Youth Tutor, you can help ease this transition by coming alongside them and their parent(s) as they begin the process of adjusting to school and pursuing academic success.

You’ll have the opportunity to help with homework, build a friendship, practice English, provide social-emotional support, and-in some settings-enjoy fun activities together like soccer, art, etc. Tutors are normally paired with a student of the same gender in one of our after-school clubs or outside of our clubs at a mutually determined time, meeting in-person or virtually in some locations.

A typical commitment is about 1 - 2 hours once a week over a school semester. Training is provided.

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About World Relief Chicago


3507 W. Lawrence Ave., Suite 208, Chicago, IL 60625, US

Mission Statement

At World Relief Chicagoland, we come alongside refugees and other immigrants in vulnerable situations as they rebuild their lives in the United States. For over 40 years, we’ve been welcoming immigrants and refugees across Chicagoland, starting with refugee resettlement in Chicago and DuPage County (1979), and later in Aurora (1999). For decades, we have empowered churches, community organizations and people like you to adapt to the challenges of the moment for the sake of refugees. As needs have increased in recent years, we have expanded our work beyond refugees to include all immigrants in vulnerable situations. Today, World Relief Chicagoland is part of a national network of offices through which over 400,000 immigrants and refugees have been welcomed into this country.


Our work consists of refugee resettlement, community-based ESL (English as a Second Language), mental health services, and immigrant legal services, employment counseling, and more. We work with volunteers from all walks of life from college students to retirees. If you want to help the refugees and immigrants in your community, we can help you connect with them.


Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Immigrants & Refugees
Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Immigrants & Refugees


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations Chicago, IL 60625



  • General Education
  • Tutoring
  • Youth Services
  • Child Development
  • Relationship Building


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training
  • A time commitment of 1 - 2 hours per week for one semester

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