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Kid Power is a non-profit youth organization that provides youth development programming to 300 youth from underserved communities in the District of Columbia. Students explore advanced civic concepts through academic enrichment, artistic, and service-learning opportunities.
Volunteer Opportunities include:
1) TUTORING, academic/ homework help 3:30-4:40 at all of our sites, Monday-Thursday
2)TEACHING a class of anything you enjoy (art, drama, dance, cooking) 4:45-6:00 (times and days will vary slightly depending on what you want to teach)
3) General PROGRAM ASSISTANCE....assist program staff by providing classroom management etc.anytime between 3:30-6:30, Monday-Thursday
4) SPECIALIZED TEACHING....if your schedule doesn't allow you to make a commitment, come in a few times and teach the kids about something dear to you (a special cause internationally, community issues, aspect of a particular culture) etc. M-Th 4:45-5:45.
Whether you come once, weekly, or monthly, you are guaranteed a meaningful experience with Kid Power students!
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About Kid Power, Inc.
400 E St. SW, Washington, DC, DC 20024, US
Kid Power Inc. is a non-profit organization that inspires youth leadership by promoting academic advancement, physical and emotional wellness, and positive civic engagement in underserved communities throughout the District of Columbia.
Kid Power is the only nonprofit expanded learning program that operates four interconnected programs that address the academic, social, and health needs facing DC youth. Each year, Kid Power helps hundreds of youth succeed academically, empowers them to become engaged leaders and responsible citizens, and fosters healthy living through school gardens. Our programs include comprehensive, innovative, approaches that engage students, resulting in achieved academic proficiency, positive social-emotional growth, and increased civic engagement through evidenced-based strategies such as hands-on instruction, mentorship and small group instruction, school-day alignment, family engagement, and differentiated instruction and preparation for career and life.
Kid Power’s free programs serve 1,600 students attending the District of Columbia Public Schools.
755 8th St. NWWashington, DC 20001
October 8, 2008