Tutoring for All
Tutoring for All aims to bring impactful learning experiences for K-12th graders, especially those who are under-resourced.
Our system focuses on helping students with any academic questions relating to a variety of school subjects. We do not offer regular twice a week classes, but instead a one-to-one appointment with a tutor for one hour. Tutoring times are flexible.
We carefully screen our volunteers; all volunteers go through a comprehensive written application and interview before being accepted. Roughly 30% of all candidates who apply to volunteer with us get accepted. All volunteers over the age of 18 must pass a detailed background check run by our contractor Sterling Volunteers.
If you have any questions when registering, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (855) 582-1038.
What do tutoring sessions cover?
Tutoring sessions can be held for any student struggling with a specific topic in class or with homework. Our tutors aim to help students better understand concepts and succeed in their academics.
How much does tutoring cost?
Our tutoring service is completely free currently. Please feel free to donate to Tutoring for All to help us further our mission.
What materials are needed for a tutoring session?
A computer is recommended for the best experience. A smartphone or tablet can be used as well, but the experience may be more difficult especially on the smaller screen of a smartphone.
What is the format of Tutoring?
Tutoring will be held virtually through video call software Google Meet. Each session will be 1 hour maximum (flexible based on need).