Make an impact on Stevenson and Hayes Elementary in 2017-18 as a tutor with Minnesota Reading Corps or Minnesota Math Corps!
Would you love to help children grow their reading or math skills and succeed in school? If your answer is yes, you can serve as a tutor with Minnesota Reading Corps or Minnesota Math Corps at Stevenson or Hayes Elementary!
As a Literacy Tutor or Math Enrichment Tutor, you’ll use research-proven strategies to help students gain the reading or math skills they need to thrive in school and in life.
Tutors come from many backgrounds and include recent high school and college grads, career changers, stay-at-home parents, and retirees. With extensive training, support from onsite coaches, and evidence-based strategies, Reading Corps and Math Corps tutors are well-equipped to change lives. Additionally, Reading Corps and Math Corps tutors may earn a living allowance, education award, and federal student loan forbearance for their service.
Last year, Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps provided direct services to more than 30,000 children in more than 700 sites across the state. To learn how you, too, can make a difference as a Reading Corps or Math Corps tutor in 2017-18 at Stevenson or Hayes Elementary , visit www.readingandmath.net.
Questions? Contact Hannah Balder at email@example.com or 612-206-3047.
How do I apply?
Positions for the 2017-18 school year start August. To read more about the program, including full position descriptions, and to apply, visit www.MinnesotaReadingCorps.org. Do not apply through the district website.
Minimum Qualifications: You must meet the following minimum qualifications:
- You have a high school diploma or a GED by your start date
- You will be 18 years of age or older by your start date
- You are either a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States.
- You have not already served 4 or more terms of service previously with AmeriCorps
- Your criminal history clears our background policy
- You can commit to 11 months of service, completing 1720 hours (full-time) or 920 hours (part-time), including required training