For the 2020-2021 school year, all tutoring, training and support will be virtual. Volunteers can serve as tutors, substitute tutors or safety monitors (be a 2nd adult in the virtual tutoring room). Tutors and safety monitors are asked to make a twice a week commitment. You will need to have access to high speed internet connected computer or laptop, and experience using Zoom, or have the willingness to learn.
AARP Foundation Experience Corps Greater Cleveland is hosted by Greater Cleveland Volunteers.
Program Launch: 1997
Program Impact (2019-2020 school year)
- Students served: 224
- Volunteers: 59
- Hours of tutoring: 2,746
- Classrooms served: 39
- Recent outcomes of the program showed that 1st - 3rd graders, on average, doubled their reading fluency accuracy (reading like we talk) in a matter of just 3 months.
- 95 percent of volunteer tutors reported that they were satisfied with the academic progress they made with students
Greater Cleveland Volunteers at 216-391-9500 x2119 or Contact@greaterclevelandvolunteers.org
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