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WesReads/WesMath info session

From Sarah Hoefle and Anne Rosenthal ’10:

Want to tutor cute and smart little kids?

WesReads/WesMath is a daytime tutoring program that matches Wesleyan students with Macdonough Elementary School students. Tutors will choose at least one weekly one-hour shift to go to Macdonough and provide assistance to small groups in higher-level math or reading.

If you’re interested, come Tuesday September 15 at 7:00 to the Office of Community Service for an info session! Or email wes.reads.math@gmail.com.

Work study and non-work study opportunities are available.

Date: Sept. 15
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Place: Office of Community Service

Join Wesleyan’s Independent Tutoring Program

Megan Nash ’09 Tutoring Coordinator for the Office Of Community Service writes in:

Wesleyan’s Independent Tutoring Program is looking for tutors!
Tutors meet with Middletown students for an hour once a week on campus.
Tutoring times are completely flexible. Students of all ages and grade levels
are looking for help in all subjects (1st grade reading to middle school homework help
to 12th grade calculus).
In particular, we really need male tutors and high school math tutors (algebra, geometry, and calculus).

If you are interested contact Megan at tutor@wes for more information.