Goddard Riverside, a well-regarded social service center in the neighborhood, is looking for tutors for low-income students for the coming school year.
Goddard Riverside Community Center’s highly-regarded Star Learning Center is seeking volunteer tutors for its 2017 School Year Program.
“Tutoring can really help a child succeed in school – and that makes a big difference in their lives!” said Director Deena Hellman. “We urgently need more tutors to serve all the children who’ve signed up.”
The program serves low-income students from across the city, and each tutor works one-to-one with a single student. Tutors need only commit to a two-hour block of time once a week at the Center, which is located at 26 West 84th St. in Manhattan.
High school students are welcome to volunteer, but must be in at least the 10th grade.
To volunteer, visit https://www.goddard.org/grcc/volunteer/starlearning/ and fill out the School Year Tutoring Application.
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