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Volunteer opportunities that assist in providing educational services to children and adults.

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Sponsor: Reading Partners | Location: Baltimore, MD 21231 Education Youth
Reading Partners empowers volunteers like you to become leaders in the community by helping struggling readers succeed. Each week, you will meet one-on-one with your student to help him or her develop strong literacy skills and discover a passion for reading. With no prior experience in the classroom, you can change a child's life and help your community thrive. Teach a skill for life! Our volunteer r more
Sponsor: Reading Partners | Location: Baltimore, MD 21225 Education Youth
Reading Partners is a nonprofit that empowers community members to transform elementary school students into lifelong, confident readers. Volunteers work individually with a student in a 45-minute tutoring session, using an easy-to-follow, structured curriculum. The students that we serve are 6 months to 2.5 years behind their reading grade level. The individualized attention helps cultivate a strong r more
Sponsor: Living Classrooms Foundation | Location: Baltimore, MD 21231 Education
The Crossroads School is Living Classrooms Foundation's public charter middle school. At the end of each school year, every 7th and 8th grade student completes a "Presentation of Learning," demonstrating their growth and development over the course of the school year. The Presentation is done for a panel including a teacher, family member, and at least one volunteer from the community. We are looking f more
Sponsor: Park Heights Community Health Alliance, Inc. | Location: Baltimore, MD 21215 Environment Education
The Afya Community Teaching Garden serves as a safe space for community members to fellowship with one another as they work collectively to alleviate the pressures of food insecurity in Baltimore's Park Heights Community. From the garden we are able to feed 35 families each week through our Growing Food Together CSA program. Volunteers work in solidarity with our sweat-equity members to maintain the more
Sponsor: The Dyslexia Tutoring Program | Location: Baltimore, MD 21211 Education
Dyslexia Tutoring Program provides free 20 hour tutor training in an Orton Gillingham based reading program to tutor volunteers who agree to provide 60 hours of tutoring to low income individuals identified as having dyslexia or reading differences. We ask a lot from our tutors, but when you tutor for DTP you are not alone. Our staff is dedicate to helping you with materials, advice, and continuing edu more
Sponsor: Changing Turn Community Outreach Services,Inc | Location: Baltimore, MD 21212 Education Youth
Volunteer Opportunity Details: Many of the kids we assist have an Iep for a child with a disability, the school must first determine whether the child qualifies for special education services. To qualify, the child's disability must have an adverse effect on the child's educational progress. They are falling behind in school. Because most suffer with ADD and ADHD its difficult for them to focus. Wit more
Sponsor: Changing Turn Community Outreach Services,Inc | Location: Edgewood, MD 21040 Education Youth
Reading and Math tutors on all levels are required . Many of the kids we assist have an Iep for a child with a disability, the school must first determine whether the child qualifies for special education services. To qualify, the child's disability must have an adverse effect on the child's educational progress. They are falling behind in school. Because most suffer with ADD and ADHD its difficult f more
Sponsor: The AKOBEN Foundation | Location: Baltimore, MD 21201 Education Youth
The AKOBEN Foundation, Inc. is in need of early childhood literacy tutors with our Reading, Rhythm and the Arts (RRA) Program. This program aims to improve the literacy skills of early learners in order to improve high school graduation rates in America’s urban communities. Statistics offer that students who do not know how to read after the third grade are at greater risk of incarceration, poor health more
Sponsor: L.M.F.A.O., Inc. | Location: Baltimore, MD 21218 Education
The program development and evaluation committee is responsible for the program calendar for the participants. They are also responsible for coordinating the different workshops in the school and community setting. The PDE will also create an evaluation tool that can be used at the end of each program year. more
Sponsor: CHIP Mentoring Program | Location: Baltimore, MD 21218 Community Development Education Youth
Children whose parents have been incarcerated often face unique challenges to success, but building a consistent and caring friendship with a child can make a huge difference in that child’s life. We are looking for both male and female mentors for Baltimore's children of incarcerated parents, so become a mentor through the CHIP Mentoring Program! Call Sarah Kennedy, CHIP Program Coordinator, at 410-88 more
Sponsor: The League For People With Disabilities | Location: Baltimore, MD 21239 Education
Teaching is one of the most rewarding ways to contribute to our community, because we can see the measurable results in the classroom and in our participants’ lives. By working to improve the education of our participants, we automatically improve their employment chances, their likelihood of making a living wage, and their overall wellness. With that said we need a motivated individual who is willing more
Sponsor: Reading Partners | Location: Baltimore, MD 21225 Education Youth
Reading Partners is a nonprofit that empowers community members to transform elementary school students into lifelong, confident readers. Volunteers work individually with a student in a 45-minute tutoring session, using an easy-to-follow, structured curriculum. The students that we serve are 6 months to 2.5 years behind their reading grade level. The individualized attention helps cultivate a strong r more
Sponsor: Baltimore Collegiate School For Boys - MD - Baltimore | Location: Baltimore, MD 21201 Education Skills-based Volunteering
Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys is in need of volunteers who can navigate the world of fund raising and grant writing for an important cause. We have raised over $150,000 in private donations in the past few years, however we need help with foundations and corporate gifts. Our goal is to raise $200,000 by the time school opens at the end of August. This is a great opportunity to help found a schoo more
Sponsor: Safe House Of Hope | Location: Baltimore, MD 21226 Education Skills-based Volunteering
We are seeking volunteers to lead group activities for the ladies that visit our Curtis Bay drop-in center. Activities may include, but are not limited to, art/crafts, book discussion, kitting, exercise, or Bible study. Volunteers will plan weekly sessions and bring/provide any needed materials to lead a class of 5-15 clients in an activity or interest of your choice. Volunteers must be able to commit more
Sponsor: Safe House Of Hope | Location: Baltimore, MD 21226 Basic Needs Education
In need of volunteers available on Mondays between 10 am and 4 pm to lead life-skills classes for our clients at the Curtis Bay drop-in center. Life-skills classes include Budgeting/Money Management, Self-esteem, Nutrition/Health, and Job Prep (resumes, interviewing skills). If you have another class idea we are open to hearing it. Volunteers will choose which class they would like to lead and will the more
Sponsor: Clay Pots...A Place To Grow | Location: Baltimore, MD 21223 Community Development Education Skills-based Volunteering
Clay Pots…A Place to Grow, a community center serving Southwest Baltimore, needs your expertise and talents to strengthen the services and programs that live out its mission. We are looking for volunteers in the following areas: • Finances and accounting • Fundraising • Marketing • Communications • Public relations • Community relations • Events • Workshop topics and leaders • Artists more
Sponsor: Paul's Place, Inc. | Location: Baltimore, MD 21230 Education Youth
Help youth (1st grade through high school) meet academic challenges, foster a curiosity and an interest in learning and provide them with a good role model. Volunteers interact with youth doing enjoyable and educational activities in a fun and safe environment. We also need help organizing program tasks and assisting with activities and games. Monica, After-3 Program Monica moved with her mom to Wa more
Sponsor: Good Shepherd Services | Location: Baltimore, MD 21227 Education Youth
Tutors are needed to help students with homework and various subject areas after school. Good Shepherd Services provides residential, therapeutic and educational services to adolescents ages 13-21 with emotional and behavioral challenges including intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and co-occurring substance abuse and psychiatric disorders. Good Shepherd School is approved by the Ma more
Sponsor: Parks & People Foundation | Location: Baltimore, MD 21211 Education Youth
Be a part of improving youth literacy in Baltimore through Parks & People Foundation’s SuperKids Camp! During this exciting 6-week camp rising second, third, and fourth graders work to improve their reading skills while doing a variety of fun activities throughout the city of Baltimore! Counselors-in-training are needed as a vital team member of SuperKids Camp to provide classroom support and serve as more
Sponsor: Parks & People Foundation | Location: Baltimore, MD 21211 Environment Education
Parks & People Foundation seeks volunteers with a love for the environment to teach the importance of environmental stewardship to middle school sports teams. Environmental Educators will have the opportunity to work with many sports teams and instill a love of the environment in young athletes. This is a great opportunity for people who feel a sense of responsibility to protect the environment and wan more

 

 


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