Cancer is not always over when the treatments stop. Survivors of childhood cancer often face complex, long-term side-effects, which can impact their ability to learn and perform academically.
We are looking for volunteer tutors to give children disadvantaged by cancer a step up! If you are patient, skilled and have a passion for helping kids learn, we want to hear from you.
Be 18 years or older.
Have previous experience teaching or tutoring youth or general experience working with youth (e.g. camps, programs, lessons) combined with thorough knowledge of a key subject area (e.g., math, science, English, social studies).
Be able to commit to a one to two hours each week. One-hour sessions in person or a two-hour session online each week for a one-year term (with an understanding that vacations/exams will detract from some weeks).
See the complete Tutor Roles and Responsibilities.
If you are interested in applying, please complete this form. One of our education support specialists will get back to you if we have a learner in need of a tutor that would be a good fit.