Tutoring kids in the community is a great way to make a difference in someone’s life while also forming new friendships and brushing up on your pre-algebra skills. There are seven student-run tutoring programs in Wesleyan’s Office of Community Service — including two *new* programs recently awarded generous grants — and a few other groups on campus are also working to connect college students with local youth. Come to Thursday’s info session at 7 pm in PAC 002 to learn about all of these programs at once!
Beginning this semester, you can get in touch with every tutoring group by filling out just one form. To sign up, use the “OCS Registration Process” form on the OrgSync page for the Center for Community Partnerships. Students granted federal work-study can be paid for their participation in any OCS literacy group.