Youth Tutoring Summer Program
BACKGROUND AND PROGRAM SCOPE
The Neighborhood House youth tutoring summer program provides a combination of fun, hands-on learning projects, academic retention activities, and team-building games. In addition to daily activities at the center, a highlight of our program is regular field-trips to destinations around the community.
Volunteers will work with students one-on-one and in small groups. Each day you will assist with summer retention activities (such as learning games and independent reading), themed projects (such as art or cooking), and active games (such as kickball or scavenger hunts). You may also have the opportunity to chaperone on scheduled field-trips.
Volunteers should be able to commit to at least one day per week over the 6 week program.
- Contribute to the fulfillment of the Neighborhood House mission through providing assistance, mentorship and encouragement to students.
- Commit to 1 to 4 hours of service per week
- Help individual students or small groups of students with academic enrichment activities, recreational activities and when applicable, provide supervision on field trips.
- Ability to work with elementary (Kindergarten to 5th grade) and/or middle and high school aged youth in a respectful and caring manner
- Dependability and patience
- Ability to work with students from diverse backgrounds
- Ability to set and maintain clear boundaries
Positively impact the life of a youth both academically and personally with the support of Neighborhood House staff and other motivated volunteers in a group setting as you help youth succeed.
The tutoring summer program is offered Monday through Thursday, July 3 through August 11. Program times are 10am-4pm. Volunteers must be able to commit to consistent attendance for the duration of the program.
- Seola Gardens in Seattle
- Burndale and Firwood Circle in Auburn