Tutorfair Foundation's Young Volunteers

February 16, 2022 by Tas F
Image Following a successful pilot in 2021, Tutorfair Foundation is preparing to extend its work with young volunteers this year. This is a fantastic opportunity for young people to lead change in their communities whilst gaining valuable skills and experience.

What does the programme entail?


The young people involved continue to lead on the design and delivery of the programme. Each young volunteer will tutor a KS3 student from their local community in Maths, English or Science for a minimum of 6 weeks. Additionally, volunteers receive training and a free DBS check from the Foundation as well as regular lesson feedback. Volunteers meet at the end of their experience to inform changes to the programme for future participants.

Why work with young volunteers?


Firstly, this programme empowers young people to effect change in their community. It's a chance to support and encourage the leaders of tomorrow. Secondly, it's a fantastic opportunity for young people to grow and develop ahead of the next step in their career.

You can get involved!


If you are a 17-19-year-old studying for a Maths, English or Science A-Level/IB and would like to get involved, you can contact us at foundation@tutorfair.com to find out more.
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