Here are a few ways you can volunteer virtually
Many elementary school students suffer a backslide in academic skills during the summer. This year, in addition to the usual “summer slide,” students will suffer from “COVID-19 slide” and may face school in the fall with significant learning losses. The JCC is collaborating with charter and public schools to provide literacy and math support for students in Grades K–5.
- Volunteers will be matched one-on-one with students to meet on Google Meet for one or more 40-minute sessions from 9 am–12:40 pm each day, Mon–Thu, either Jul 6–Aug 6 or Jul 6–Aug 20.
- JCC instructors will provide daily mini-lessons and related activities for the volunteers to use during tutoring sessions.
- Volunteers must be age 14+. High school & college students welcome to volunteer.
- Sign up to be a TUTOR
Adult volunteer monitors are needed for remote tutoring sessions:
- The tutors are high school and college student volunteers. Seeking adults to monitor these tutors. While the tutors/tutees are online together, JCC instructional staff will be “monitoring” the sessions. This means they will have the meeting link and “pop in” randomly to observe for a few minutes, ensure the lesson is going productively, and alert the program director if the tutor has a question or if the monitor has a concern about the tutoring session.
- Same tutoring session time requirements & logistics as above sessions. Orientation sesion July 2 @9:00am.
- Sign up to be a VOLUNTEER MONITOR. Specify your preferred days/times (Mon-Th, 9 – 9:40, 10 – 10:40, 11 – 11:40, and/or 12 – 12:40), either July 6 – Aug. 6 or July 6 – Aug. 20)
- Contact Tiaisha Tirado // 646.505.5748
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