The Miracle League is more than just playing a game. It is also about making friends, building self-esteem, and being treated just like everyone else. The Youth Miracle League uses a “Buddy” system – pairing each player with a peer or friend to assist them throughout the game. Each “Buddy” focuses on providing their teammate…

 Volunteer tutors will assist students with homework and/or classroom assignments two hours per week, either at Gabriel’s Place in Avondale (3618 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45229) or Hughes High School (2515 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45219). Volunteers are welcome to devote more than two hours per week of tutoring depending on their schedule.

As a volunteer with the Civic Garden Center, you’d be helping out with our Compost Kids program. A typical morning would look like: You show up at 8:45am to help prep for the field trip. Around 9:30am, the kids (elementary school-age) arrive! You are ready at your station- today, it’s the “What makes up our…

Volunteers are needed to provide curriculum assistance to children’s groups during Nurturing Parenting Programs. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and comply with agency criminal background check requirements and stated belief in the agency’s mission.

Volunteers are needed to provide child care (birth-4 years) and assist in implementing children’s activities (4-8 years) during Nurturing Parenting Programs. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and have taken certified babysitting course or equivalent. By providing free child care to families it eliminates the burden for families to secure child care…

A steward is essentially the caretaker of the Little Free Library (LFL). This person promotes the library and makes sure it is clean, inviting and fully stocked. Stewards must be 18 years of age or older, and have regular access to the library’s location. Stewards of libraries are asked to: 1. Participate in media coverage…

You don’t need to be a writer or a teacher to join WordPlay’s dedicated volunteer community. But we do need kind, positive individuals to assist with our K-12 programs, both in schools and at WordPlay’s community writing center in Northside. Programs are typically 8 to 12 weeks long for 1-2 hours after school, on Saturdays…

In addition, as part of a federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant at Carson School, FamiliesFORWARD provides intensive tutoring and homework help for up to 50 targeted students. Many of these students are at risk of failing in reading or math and benefit from certified teachers providing this extra assistance. Volunteers must be certified…

The intensive Homework Help program uses certified teachers (often retired) to reteach math and literacy skills through the homework designated by students’ daytime classroom teachers. Tutors typically work with small groups of students several times a week.

FamiliesFORWARD is always in search of volunteer tutors who would enjoy working one-on-one or in small groups with students. Companies, college students, and others are all welcome to give their time to help students who are struggling to understand reading, math and other learning concepts.

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