5th Grade Math TutorFebruary 4, 2013 - May 31, 2013 Contact: Jackie Carrington (801) 402-8387
We have a 5th grade teacher, at Davis Community Learning Center at Wasatch Elementary, looking to have help in her classroom during math time. This would be Monday-Thursday from 11-11:30am. Must be comfortable with math.
Adult English ClassesContact: Judy Tukuafu, firstname.lastname@example.org, (435) 615-0216
Volunteers are needed to help teach English classes for adult learners on Monday and Wednesday nights.
Adult ESL TutorsContact: Irlanda Lamoureux 435.645.5630 x.4254, email@example.com
The ESL program is for adults working to break down language barriers in the job market, daily living, and personal lives. Volunteers have the option of assisting in classrooms (of up to 15 students), facilitating small groups, and one-on-one tutoring. We are looking for volunteers at various skill levels.
After School Tutors & MentorsContact: Irlanda Lamoureux, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assist student in reading and math during after school tutoring sessions. Help with recreation activities. Volunteer opportunities available at McPolin Elementary CLC and Trailside Elementary CLC.
After School Tutors & MentorsContact: Diego Zeggara, email@example.com
Assist students at Jeremy Ranch Elementary and Parley's Park Elementary in reading and math. Help with after school recreation activities.
Afternoon Kindergarten HelpFebruary 4, 2013 - May 31, 2013 Contact: Jackie Carrington (801) 402-8387
Afternoon kindergarten teacher needs volunteer in classroom up to 4 days a week, Monday through Thursday. The hours are between 12:50-3:25
Classroom Volunteers- Junior AchievementContact: Suzette Sipple, 801.320.8210
Junior Achievement of Utah brings volunteers from the community face to face with Utah students. Classroom volunteers, using the JA program, make economic concepts relevant, fuel the entrepreneurial spirit, and challenge the students to excel. Give JA a try—you’ll love it! Each volunteer will make five classroom visits for grades K-5, usually once a week. Exact times for the classroom visits are determined by the teacher and the volunteer on an individual basis. Volunteers must be 18 years or older and supply references. A brief training on the materials will be provided by the JA staff. Teachers are required to stay in the classroom with volunteers at all times and volunteers are required to sign a volunteer conduct standards form.
Elementary After School Program and Classroom VolunteersJanuary 14, 2013 - May 30, 2013 Contact: April Hanrath, (801) 955-9110 x.104
Volunteer with the Guadalupe School After School Program to provide students with one-on-one tutoring in math and reading. The After School Program is designed to provide elementary-age students with both academic and enrichment activities. Volunteers will use prepared lessons and academic games to support and enhance students’ in-class curriculum. Volunteers may also assist with activities targeted toward gang prevention, as well as physical exercise and nutrition.
Family Literacy ProgramContact: Irlanda Lamoureux, firstname.lastname@example.org
Help adult learners with English language classes. Volunteer opportunities available at Jeremy Ranch CLC, McPolin CLC, and Trailside Elementary CLC.
Homework Help- Pal Boxing CenterContact: Sansa Finau, (801) 466-3143, email@example.com
Help students one-on-one with a variety of homework subjects.
Homework Tutor- Boys & Girls ClubContact: Stephanie Linton, 801.284.4260
Volunteers will help students correctly finish homework assignments, and help tutor in math and language arts. Start time and days of the week are flexible. Background check needed.
Homework Tutor- Davis CLCContact: Merri Ann Perkins firstname.lastname@example.org
Help students with a variety of homework subjects.
Kearns- Adult EducationContact: Anne C. Schmidt, ASchmidt@slco.org, (385) 646-5204
Tutor adults with English, computer, and GED classes
Male Volunteers Needed--Big BrotherContact: Call 2-1-1 for more information
Male Volunteers Needed to Help At-Risk Youth Ages 6 - 17. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah urgently needs male volunteers, ages 18 and over, to help a Little Brother experience what it's like to have a caring adult friend. Your one-on-one attention can give a boy much-needed confidence, ability to make better decisions, form appropriate values, value academic performance, family relationships, peer relationships and goals to help him succeed in life.
Medication Management Assistance for RefugeesContact: Lindsey Padjen (801) 363-4596
Utah Health and Human Rights is seeking a volunteer to help refugee clients manage medications by entering all newly prescribed medications into a database. All information is gathered in a bi-weekly psychiatry clinic and volunteer will communicate updates with clients' primary care physicians and other providers to prevent interactions and ensure proper medication compliance. Ideally seeking a pharmacy, nursing, or medical student.
Mentor- Pal Boxing CenterContact: Sansa Finau, (801) 466-3143, email@example.com
Spend time with students and help with after school activities.
Mentors and Tutors- Hser Ner MooContact: Domoina Voniarisoa, firstname.lastname@example.org
One-on-one mentoring for k-12 students. Help with homework in a variety of subjects.
Read Today - Granger ElementaryMarch 11, 2013, 30 minutes twice a week - June 7, 2013 Contact: Michael Campbell, 801.864.9390
Support student achievement by joining the Granger Elementary Read Today program. Volunteers are matched with a student and records their reading progress. Each student is tutored for a half hour, twice per week, typically on Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday. Tutoring happens between 9:00 a.m. and 3:45 p.m.
Reading Tutor- Wasatch ElementaryContact: Zadok Budd, 801.402.8395, email@example.com
Read with elementary school children at Wasatch Elementary in Clearfield, Utah
Savvy Spanish TranslatorsContact: Veronica Scheidler (801) 363-4589 x.108
Neighborhood House is working to provide greater opportunities for parents to be involved with the organization and the education of their children through creating a parent engagement group. The majority of our families are Hispanic and some have limited English skills. We do not want any family to be excluded because of language barriers, and therefore are seeking individuals who can help with on-site translation on the dates of the meetings. VOLUNTEERS WILL BE FED DINNER!