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AARP Experience Corps is looking for adults 50 years and older interested in tutoring K-3 students who are struggling to read.

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Adult reading to kids, AARP Experience Corps Donors

— AARP EC Baltimore

Experience Corps, an award-winning national program, engages people 50-plus in meeting their community's greatest challenges. Today, in 19 cities across the country, 2,000 Experience Corps members tutor and mentor elementary school students, help teachers in the classroom and lead after-school enrichment activities. Independent research shows that Experience Corps boosts student academic performance, helps schools and youth-serving organizations become more successful, and enhances the well-being of the older adults in the process.

Experience Corps extends our appreciation to the following donors:

 

Experience Corps Donor: American Honda Foundation
Experience Corps Donor: City of Baltimore
Experience Corps Donor: Corporation for National & Community Service
Experience Corps Donor: Deerbrook Charitable Trust
Experience Corps Donor: MetLife
Experience Corps Donor: Office Depot Foundation
Experience Corps Donor: GLA Charter School
Experience Corps Donor: Southwest Leadership Academy
Experience Corps Donor: Serve DC
Experience Corps Donor: Baltimore City Public Schools
Experience Corps Donor: Annie E. Casey Foundation
Experience Corps Donor: DC Promise
Experience Corps Donor: Maryland Governor's Office on Service and Volunteerism
Experience Corps Donor: Noyce Foundation
Experience Corps Donor: First Philadelphia Preparatory Charter School
Experience Corps Donor: Southwest Leadership Academy
Experience Corps Donor: UC
Experience Corps Donor: Target
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Experience Corps matches a critical need with a vital resource ... Struggling inner-city children need help with their studies and more adult attention. Older citizens have time on their hands and skills to share. Put the two together and you have a powerful combination that works wonders for all involved.

—The Minneapolis Star Tribune

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