• A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 2 people are interested

Tutor math to young kids, and learn life skills - El Dorado Hills Library, CA

Save to Favorites


  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 2 people are interested

Looking for leadership experience? Do you love working with kids? Do you love math? OneInMath volunteers develop valuable leadership, negotiation and management skills in a fun environment, and have the satisfaction of helping kids learn math.

At OneInMath, we believe every kid should have a chance to succeed in Math! Come, be part of the movement to help kids from Kindergarten to 3rd grade to master basic arithmetic skills, so they are more successful in the future!

We are looking for passionate teen volunteers to spend 2-3 hours a week including one hour class time. You will be working with 4-6 kids every class and watch them learn and grow! Sign up at to be a tutor at https://oneinmath.com/register-volunteer.

We are also looking for adult session managers. If you are an adult please apply for session manager.


As a tutor, you are responsible for 4 to 6 students. You will supervise, tutor, and track the progress of your tutees, teaching them math concepts using OneInMath curriculum and techniques.

  • Set up classroom.
  • Print out packets for your students.
  • Assign new packets, depending on time and accuracy.
  • Teach concepts.
  • Clean up room.
  • Attend all classes.

2 More opportunities with OneInMath

Request failed
{{ opp.title }}
This is a Virtual Opportunity.
{{ opp.location }}
We'll work with your schedule
{{ opp.dateStr }}
{{ opp.timeStr }}

About OneInMath



Mission Statement

Our mission is to enable young kids to love Math by building a strong foundation in basic arithmetic, removing math anxiety and building self confidence. OneInMath is a free structured program designed to help young children (Kindergarden to 3rd grade) master math skills and build strong foundations in basic arithmetic. Our goal is to make students comfortable with the material and to reduce math anxiety by individualizing the process of learning math, so they are more likely to succeed both now and in the future. We combine the advantages of scientific learning, tutoring, practice, and commitment from parents and students to help them excel. High school volunteers learn valuable leadership and communication skills, negotiation and conflict resolution, teamwork, and much more. In the past volunteer surveys, 88% said they became better communicators, 64% said increased patience, 58% said they became better negotiators and multi-tasker, and 47% said they became more responsible!


OneInMath has been serving local communities since 2010. It is a high-touch program requiring volunteers and students to meet once a week at designated public libraries. Our program runs twice a year, 10-12 week long semesters, once in spring, and once in fall. Each volunteer is assigned 4-5 students to work with consistently through out the semester. Please see https://oneinmath.com/how-it-works/ for more information.

It is a 100% volunteer driven organization, and provides a huge opportunity for high school volunteers to gain valuable life-long skills and prepare themselves for college. Over 500 students and 100 volunteers help run the program in their own local public libraries. We provide complete logistics including training, over 2000 math sheets organized into packets and modules, tracker software, marketing material, and supervision to run your own local OneInMath program, as well as opportunities to volunteer as tutors and leaders in currently running public libraries.

It is also an opportunity for adult volunteers who are motivated to make a difference in their communities to help young kids learn basic Math!

We believe building a strong foundation in basic math and a nurturing environment that builds their confidence and removes anxiety and fear at the young age has a much more significant impact in building better human beings, and better communities in the long run! Please see https://oneinmath.com/our-philosophy/ for more information.


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Education & Literacy


Tue Aug 13, 2024 - Tue Oct 15, 2024
03:30 PM - 05:30 PM


El Dorado Hills Library7455 Silva Valley PkwyEl Dorado Hills, CA 95762



  • Tutoring
  • Math / Science Instruction
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Mathematics


  • Teens
  • Group


  • Must be at least 13
  • Orientation or Training
  • 2-3 hours per week once a week.
  • Love working with young kids (K-3). Earned B or higher in high school math courses. Ages 13-18 for Tutor, Adult for Session Managers.

Report this opportunity