BACK TO SCHOOL: STUDENTS NEED YOU!
Here are ways you can help…
Bridge the digital divide
Donate funds, equipment or your time to close the gap between technology and those who need it.
Provide your skill sets to students and support the move to online learning.
Be a college guide
Guide students through the application and selection process.
Become a literacy mentor
Partner with adults to overcome barriers and create greater opportunities.
Become an AmeriCorps member
Mentor youth while gaining experience and an education award of your own.
Opportunities for you to make a difference…
Meaningful Teens (Virtual tutoring)
Opportunity Description: Virtual Volunteering Helping Low-income Children Learn to Read and Practice Reading Comprehension.
Minds Matter LA (Virtual tutoring and mentoring)
Opportunity Description: Are you passionate about helping a new generation of high school students achieve their college dreams and fulfill their goals? If so, become a mentor with Minds Matter – you’ll work directly with a student for up to three years and help set them up for success in college and beyond by sharing your hard-earned wisdom.
- Male mentors needed for college-bound students
- Female mentors needed for college-bound students
- Mentor a bright first-generation student
RRRComputer.org (Bridging the digital divide)
Opportunity Description: We are looking for volunteer leaders from IT, Education, and Environmental areas to help make our organization a success. We are also looking for students from high schools, colleges and universities who wants to make a difference in the kid’s life in computer technology, education as well as saving the environment. RRRcomputer.org’s mission is “Diverting computers from recycling to desks of K-12 kids.” We want to change the corporate culture to get a tax-deductible computer donation instead of sending useable computers to be recycled for parts.
- Transportation to pick up computers
- Bilingual interpreter/outreach worker (Spanish languages)
- Bilingual interpreter/outreach worker (Asian languages)
- Sales professional/volunteer
- Graphic design volunteer
- Social media volunteer
California Reading and Math Corps (Tutoring)
Commitment: Full-time or part-time
Opportunity Description: Thousands of California kids need help in reading, and you can make all the difference. Offer your time and talent as a tutor and be more for students in schools in Fresno, Mendota, San Joaquin, Burrel, and throughout Fresno County. As an Elementary Literacy Tutor, you’ll help students in kindergarten through third grade to become better readers.
On Point for College (Tutoring)
Opportunity Description: We break down barriers that prevent young, underserved individuals from achieving education and career success.
Project Access (After school support)
Opportunity Description: As a Project Access volunteer, you will help enrich the lives of children living in affordable housing. Volunteers needed on Monday through Friday in the after-school programs. If you have just ONE DAY or ONE HOUR A WEEK to share that would be enough.
Achievement Academy Support (Tutoring)
Opportunity Description: Volunteers will be supporting online learning facilitation for kids grades K-6 at our Murphy Canyon office. They will be helping the students in our classrooms log into their daily instruction, tutoring them in different subject material, assisting in prep, facilitation and cleanup of other programmatic enrichment activities as well as potentially help with disinfecting program areas.
Community Tech Network (Virtual volunteering)
Opportunity Description: Having home internet connectivity and knowledge is more important than ever! It might be hard to believe, but there are many people in San Francisco who don’t have access to the internet and have never learned how to use digital technology. CTN Digital Coach Volunteers will support senior learners in the safety and comfort of their home or residence through our new online program, Home Connect.
Interns for Good (Virtual volunteering)
Opportunity Description:At Interns 4-Good, we currently have around 4,800 volunteers serving 156 nonprofit organizations. Our volunteers support the education system through free tutoring and learning resources. All of our volunteer opportunities are virtual.
Tech Exchange (Donation)
Opportunity Description: Tech Exchange staff and volunteers have mobilized to establish texting and phone banks, responding to calls to inform families of internet options, and preparing hotspots and laptops to be distributed to students. You can help support this critical work by making a contribution to our TECH FOR ALL campaign or by volunteering.
Are you ready to do more for California’s vulnerable communities?