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Partnering with community organizations is a key part of the Notre Dame commitment to justice and the common good. The Center for Social Concerns supports a variety of opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to work with groups in South Bend and beyond. This page provides information on opportunities for individuals to partner with organizations independently. The Center invites you to review the information listed below and consider communicating directly with the listed groups. Please note that this page is updated weekly.

After School Tutoring

Robinson Community Learning Center
Education

The Robinson Center is interested in recruiting after school tutors who would be available to start in January and continue for the remainder of the South Bend School semester. Tutoring would take place on Zoom to begin, with the option of switching to in-person tutoring once ND students return to campus. Tutors must commit to volunteering twice a week, either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday. Tutoring sessions are at 4:00pm, 5:00pm, and 6:30pm (T/Th only) for one hour each. Tutors will help students complete their homework and provided literacy activities.

Skills Required: 
Required: Verbal communication skills, knowledge of grade school or high school level subjects, a desire build a positive relationship with RCLC students; Helpful (not required): Experience with kids, previous teaching/tutoring experience, Spanish speaking
Date Available: 
January 4, 2021 - TBD
Estimated Weekly Time Commitment: 
2 hours
Remote: 
No
Emily Sullivan
(esulli10@nd.edu)

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