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AARP Foundation Experience Corps Boston/Revere

AARP Foundation Experience Corps of Greater Boston is hosted by Literations. For 20+ years, Literations has worked to connect older adults with the children who need them most. Today, we remain dedicated to bringing the most impactful literacy program to the children of Greater Boston by engaging the region's fastest-growing human resource: older adults. During the 2021-2022 school year, Literations is offering its literacy program in-person and virtually to local Boston Public Schools and Boys & Girls Clubs, supporting getting children back on pace with their learning by providing much needed one-to-one reading support.  To get more details on any upcoming information sessions or training, please visit our website at Literations.

Program Launch: 1998

Program Impact (2018-2019 school year)

  • Students served: 3,638
  • Volunteers: 261
  • Hours of tutoring: 52,188
  • Classrooms served: 174
  • 74 percent of students who were below grade level at the beginning of the year improved their reading and literacy performance by half a grade level or more
  • 97 percent of volunteer tutors reported that they were satisfied with the academic progress they made with students


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Experience Corps Boston/Revere is a proud AmeriCorps site and sub-grantee of the SIF program under a grant provided from the Corporation for National and Community Service to AARP Foundation.




AARP Foundation 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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AARP Foundation Experience Corps has more than 2,300 highly-trained volunteers working in 22 cities and serves over 9,600 students every year in high-need elementary schools.

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