Youth

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Hope Alive

Amit Chopra  href="mailto:amitchopra2016@u.northwestern.edu">amitchopra2016@u.northwestern.edu

Area: Chicago

Volunteers help students ages 5-18 in Cabrini-Green with their homework, read with younger students and help build community.  In exchange, they get the opportunity to learn from staff and students about the neighborhood from the perspective of the residents.

 

Eye to Eye

Jess Fang jessicafang2017@u.northwestern.edu

Eye to Eye is a national mentoring program that pairs college students with learning disabilities and/or ADHD with similarly labeled Golf Middle School students. Using art projects, mentors help their mentees understand their unique way of learning and thinking, building their self-esteem and skills they need to become self-advocates

 

By the Hand Club for Kids

Interested in becoming a site leader? Contact us! ncdccommunityoutreach@gmail.com

Area: Cabrini-Green

By the Hand is an after school program for at risk youth. It is a program that seeks to develop not only academic skills, but also works with families and teachers to help the children in all areas. Volunteers work as TAs in the classroom, or work individually with a student. A one time training is required for regular volunteers.

 

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Boys Hope Girls Hope

Marissa Hastings marissahastings2017@u.northwestern.edu

Area: Evanston

Volunteers provide tutoring/mentoring assistance for high school students living in three houses a few blocks away from Northwestern’s campus. Currently, the greatest assistance is needed in the sciences, math and foreign languages, but tutors from all areas can be useful on any given day.

 

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