Where Giving Back Comes First
These workshops are intended for rising seniors who are applying to college. All our volunteer tutors are qualified college students who will help you search for inspiration, brainstorm ideas for various prompts, read drafts of your writing, and provide continuous feedback and support. The college process can be a tricky one but we hope to give you helpful tips and advice to make you a stronger applicant. Workshops will be held on Saturdays for 1-1.5 hours on a biweekly basis (every other Saturday), starting in July.
These workshops are intended for rising seniors who are applying to college. YOU MUST BE CURRENTLY OR PREVIOUSLY ENROLLED IN A FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY. Tutors will be responsible for encouraging students to brainstorm ideas for various prompts, read drafts of their writing, and provide continuous feedback and support throughout the months, among other tasks. It is a fairly low commitment, consisting of 1-1.5 hours on Saturdays (depending on the students' needs and desires) on a biweekly basis starting in July.
A student is in K-12 education from a Low-Income or ESOL background that wants to receive tutoring for their studies or help from someone in professional/college skills.
A tutor will be someone who will be tutoring and/or mentoring students. They can tutor school subjects or participate in webinars like resume building, college applications, SAT/ACT, etc.