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Tutor Kids at Woodrow Wilson

3164_91999960742_6161013_nI heard that Noam Sandweiss-Back ’15 peaked in middle school:

Let’s be real, middle school kind of sucks. The Woodrow Wilson  Tutoring Partnership is looking for new tutors who know what we’re talking about. Get close to two awesome middle schoolers in a mentoring/tutoring role and provide some support in your favorite subjects. Its just four hours a week and hellz yeah, it qualifies for work study. 

Tutoring Programs Info Session

TOCStutoringhere are so many groups at Wesleyan working with children that it can be hard to choose just one. Aspiring tutors sometimes join the first program they hear about rather than selecting an organization based on the target age group, time commitment, academic subject, and program structure. To help you pick the group that’s right for you, the Office of Community Service is hosting an information session where representatives from several tutoring programs on campus will talk about their work and answer your questions.

Whether you’re providing homework help and dance classes at Green Street or doing long division at Macdonough School, tutoring and mentoring are fun and effective ways to engage with the community. If you receive Federal Work-Study, you can get paid for volunteering with an OCS literacy program.

Date: Thursday, September 11th, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM
Place: PAC 002