Day and after-school programs for children and adults with special needs. Program include homework help, recreational activities, and skills training.
Mentoring and after-school enrichment and tutoring programs are available for underserved and low-income Asian students.
Area clubs in the District, Maryland and Virginia offer academic enrichment, athletic and extracurricular and cultural opportunities for boys and girls.
Childcare and tutoring services are provided to children living in shelters. Transitional assistance programs are available to parents seeking employment and housing.
The “Campagna Kids” after-school program includes homework assistance for children of low-income families.
A multilingual program with early childhood through high school services, the organization also sponsors a tutoring program.
After-school tutoring program and extracurricular activities for at-risk youth, with a monthly Saturday meal program.
Volunteers are needed for a reading clinic and mentoring program available to low-income families, as well as in the organization’s clothing closet and computer lab.
Tutoring, workshop facilitation and special events programming for at-risk youth.
Academic enrichment for youth of families in transition; job preparation workshops and housing assistance for adults.
A Head Start and Early Head Start site providing day care and academic enrichment programs for children.
Tutoring programs in reading and math for low-income youth during the week and on weekends; training provided.
Provide homework help to middle school students in after-school “study halls.”
ESL and tutoring programs for adults from a variety of different language backgrounds.
ESL support and academic enrichment programs.
Weekly Saturday tutoring and mentoring programs held at NCS for Latino/a students to prepare them for entry into independent schools.
Food preparation, mobile soup kitchen, as well as day care and tutoring/mentoring programs for children.
Immigrant and ESL services for children and adults.
Volunteer at one of several public or charter schools to read with students using a results-centered approach to improving literacy rates.
A Head Start and Early Head Start program for young children speaking both Spanish and English.
Classroom assistant and teacher’s aide positions available to support SED’s infant, toddler and preschool programs as well as adult education classes.
A Saturday academic enrichment program for disadvantaged boys.
A variety of programs for families transitioning out of homelessness or between homes, including education enrichment and extracurricular activities for children, as well as reading and garden clubs.We Read DC
A student-run literacy organization founded by two NCS alumnae, We Read DC volunteers help gather, sort and distribute books for public and charter school students and also participate in reading programs at local schools.
After-school and weekend tutoring and mentoring programs for both children and adults.