VOLUNTEER TUTOR RESOURCES

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At Homework House we are dedicated to making your volunteer experience both meaningful and worthwhile. When you become a Homework House volunteer, you will learn something new about yourself, your peers and the children and families with whom you interact. We hope these resources will help make your volunteer experience as rewarding as possible for both you the children with whom you are working. Please do not hesitate to email us for any support you may need in your assignment.

To get you started:

VOLUNTEER RESOURCES

Volunteer Tutor Job Description

Day In The Life of A Volunteer

Volunteer Orientation Packet

New CORI-Page 1

New CORI-Page 2

SORI Form

WORKING WITH CHILDREN RESOURCES

Tips For Working with ELL Students

Tips for Building Rapport with Children

Bringing Closure to Your Tutoring and Reflecting Beyond the Tutoring Experience

The Children of Holyoke need YOU

HIGH SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS

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As a high school student, volunteering as a tutor can help enhance your academic skills and leadership abilities. Working with students from different backgrounds with varying needs at Homework House can help you develop interpersonal skills and empathy. It is an enriching experience that benefits both you, the tutor, and the children that you will serve. To apply as a volunteer, you must fill out the CORI and SORI forms above and the following "Permission and Release" form if you are under 18 years old.

Permission and Release Form

 

RESOURCES FOR HIGH SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS

šŸ™ŒVolunteering in High School: The Ultimate Guide

šŸ™ŒStudent Volunteering Guide: Do's and Don'ts

šŸ™ŒBenefits of Volunteerism in High School: Scholarships and College Admission Benefits

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