Be an After-School Tutor Volunteer and impact the lives of children living in affordable housing!
Community Corporation of Santa Monica
As an After-School Tutor Volunteer you will provide mentoring, support the development of positive homework habits, as well as coordinate literacy and enrichment activities for children at an Up-Grade Academic Enrichment Program in Santa Monica.
- Providing homework and 1-to-1 tutoring support
- Organizing recreational, computer, and arts & crafts activities
- Monitoring student behavior
- Mentoring and being a positive role model
- Setting up & cleaning up of facility
Our Vision at the Up-Grade Academic and Enrichment Program is to cultivate an environment where youth grow, develop, and explore their full potential without inhibition. We provide academic support, exposure through new experiences, and guidance to create access and opportunities for youth.
- Increase self advocacy and empowerment
- Increase academic proficiency and knowledge
- Encourage the pursuit of higher education
- Develop good work and study habits
- Provide a safe place to explore, learn and grow
- Increase awareness, involvement and connection between parents/guardians and their child's school and academic life
Be a part of a team that makes a difference in the lives of children all while gaining experience and having fun!
About Community Corporation of Santa Monica
1423 Second Street, Suite B, Santa Monica, CA 90401, US
Every human being has a decent, safe place to live.
We build livable communities through focused, stakeholder driven, team-based collaboration. We do this in support of our vision. We pride ourselves on not only doing things right, but also doing the right things.
We exist for the charitable and public purpose objective of providing individuals and families with economic opportunity by developing and managing affordable housing for low and moderate income households.
Community Corporation of Santa Monica is a locally based, non-profit organization committed to developing and managing affordable housing in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. A key mission of the organization is to provide housing to lower wage working families. Since its inception in 1982, CCSM has developed over 1500 units of permanent affordable housing in Santa Monica. It currently provides housing to approximately 3,300 people.
In 2006 its Resident Services Department began providing referral services, group workshops and presentations, onsite programming and community outreach. CCSM uses its On-Site Resident Services Volunteer Program as a means of engaging and improving the quality of life of these residents.