The IRC in Atlanta’s Youth Futures afterschool program is designed for refugee and immigrant students, grades 9 through 12, at Clarkston High School. The Youth Futures program provides daily homework help and academic assistance as well as college preparation support, enrichment and community service activities, opportunities to take field trips and participate in workshops, and more. All of our programs are currently operating virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual Volunteer Tutors are needed Monday through Thursday from 3pm-5pm to assist students with homework—math, English, science, history and Spanish—via Facebook Messenger.
Requirements: Must be patient, encouraging and comfortable working with youth from diverse backgrounds, many of whom have limited English proficiency. Particularly in need of tutors familiar with high school math (especially trigonometry and calculus) and/or science (chemistry, biology, physics) content. Must complete a background check.
Minimum Commitment: Once a week (Monday-Thursday, 3pm-5pm) for at least 3 months.
For more information or to sign up, please contact [email protected]