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Summer Academy Volunteer

Start date: July 7, 2021
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Join us this summer as a volunteer for the IRC Summer Academy. This is a 5 week online or hybrid program for middle and high school students aimed to address learning gaps in English and math while providing opportunities for students to diversify their knowledge and interests. Previous teaching and/or ESOL experience preferred but not required!


Volunteers will facilitate lessons and activities via Zoom. If opportunities to participate in outdoor in-person distanced and controlled activities is possible this will be communicated later on but will not be a requirement for the program. 

Time commitment

Minimum of 4 hour per week from July 7th – August 12th

How to Apply

Apply here

Summer Academy volunteer application deadline is Monday June 14th at 5pm.

Summer Academy volunteer training will be Tuesday, June 21st, 5-7pm on Zoom.


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