Math Tutors Needed
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Recruiting Organization: For Love of Children
At For Love of Children, volunteers are the nucleus of our after-school programs for students in 2nd-12th grade, and we are looking for you. Our volunteers serve as direct educational support and are instrumental in enhancing the self-esteem and confidence of our students while encouraging the independence and perseverance necessary to overcome any obstacle to succeed. With your help, our students can gain at least one-grade level equivalency in reading, math, or both.
Through our Neighborhood Tutoring Program (NTP), FLOC tutors students in grades 2nd-12th in the Washington, D.C. area to achieve grade-level competency in reading and math through one-on-one attention and a structured, step-by-step curriculum. 9th-12th grade students participating in our City Leaders Program (CLP) receive mentoring and coaching through our PSAT/SAT Prep tutoring, College & Career Readiness, and Project Based Learning programs to ensure they are prepared to transition out of high school no matter what path they choose.Schedule
As the tutor you will be responsible for the following tasks:
- Work one-on-one 1:1 with a student (2nd-12th grader) in math.
- Motivate and encourage students to improve their academic performance by teaching from a tailored curriculum to math.
- Recognizing different learning styles and student preferences
- Providing students with positive and constructive feedback
- Offering feedback on progress to Program’s staff where appropriate
- Complete weekly lesson plan
- Receive training and teaching materials
- Build long-lasting relationships that increase patience and improve supervisory skills
- Insights into childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood development
- Contribute to increasing high school graduation rates and higher educational aspirations
- Obtain service and/or volunteer hours for high school, college, or professional experience
- Make a one-year commitment (late September -- mid May)
- Spend a minimum of two hours per week for one-to-one tutoring
- Attend orientation and trainings relevant to the math tutoring program
- For summer program tutors, sessions are from early July to early August.
This individual will be expected to have excellent communication skills, and be exceptionally
motivated, enthusiastic, and highly committed to fostering youth development and teaching students a better outlook on learning in Washington D.C. To be successful in this role you are:
- Motivated to teach and learn.
- Comfortable with children from any background and demographic.
- Familiar working with children from underserved communities.
- Patients with children learning through different styles and formats.
- Pass a background check
- Volunteers under 18, must submit a parental consent form.
- Enthusiastic about the FLOC mission, education, and the nonprofit sector.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Our vision is a city where every child’s potential - regardless of zip code, skin color or family
status - is unlocked with a post-secondary degree, opening the doors to success in life.We believe...
- Every child matters and is equally important.
- The best education combines quality in the classroom with enhanced learning opportunities outside the classroom.
- Every family who needs and wants these opportunities should have guaranteed access.
- Every child deserves a clear, viable path to a post-secondary degree.
If this sounds like the sort of role for you, apply now! Please complete our 2022-2023 FLOC Volunteer Application. Send your resume to email@example.com, with the subject line, "FLOC Volunteer" (optional). Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
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Fee Amount: None
This opportunity is recurring
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