Spring eTutoring Begins March 28th, 2022!
In response to the ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19, the Literacy Initiative moved all programs online through an eTutoring format in March, 2020. Through this program, students will be partnered up with either a high school or college student that will work closely with the student on one of the following subject areas: English, reading, math, or science. The goal for this program is to make sure that students aren't falling behind on their daily coursework. This program is free to all students across the United States who qualify for free or reduced lunches at their school.
Registration Open Now Until March 19th, 2022
ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
We are currently offering tutoring in the core subjects including: Math, Science, English, and History for students in 1st-8th Grade.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Interested in volunteering? Sign up below to be pared with a student in need.
eTutoring Volunteer Testimonials
"My favorite part of eTutoring is that I can see I am making a difference in her life. She tells me how glad she is that I can help her, and I'm able to watch her grow more confident in herself and her abilities after every session." - Olivia Evers, Cor Jesu Academy
"My favorite part of tutoring is when the answer finally clicks for them and it all starts making sense." - Dan Ye, MICDS
"I love seeing the student I tutor smile and laugh whenever she completes an assignment or tells me a joke." - Iman Omer, Lakeside School
"It is so rewarding seeing the student wear a proud smile because they finally understand something or they got a problem right." - Sarah Mollandor, Regis Jesuit High School
"Bonding with the girl I tutor is the best. We have a virtual handshake and some inside jokes and we have a lot of fun together." - Kate Jacobs, Lakeside School
"I love when both my student and I lose track of time because we are having so much fun learning together!" - Sylvia Merz, Prospect High School