Working in the Schools Mentoring Opportunity and Orientation

Roosevelt University promotes its social justice mission by partnering with Working In The Schools (WITS), an after school program that offers “one-on-one reading and mentoring.”

This program takes place in the afternoon at Roosevelt. Once a week, WITS buses drop off a group of elementary school students at the University, where each student is paired with a volunteer. Pairs will work together for an entire school year. A volunteer and student will spend one hour a week doing activities, reading and working on homework. Children who participate in WITS on campus are typically fourth and fifth graders.

A program coordinator is on site at each session. WITS provides training (no previous experience is required), all books and materials, and transportation for the students.

Orientation: Oct. 10
Time: 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Room: AUD 420

For questions, please contact: Kiara Hardin, khardin03@roosevelt.edu.

 

Kiara Hardin, Special Project Coordinator

Address replies to: khardin03@roosevelt.edu

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