Our after school tutors provide one-on-one homework assistance to school-aged children experiencing homeless in Indianapolis through Tutors in Action. These volunteer tutors serve eight shelter and five school locations in Indianapolis between 3:30 pm and 8:00 pm, Monday – Thursday. Now accepting tutors for the Spring 2018 semester. Learn more about the locations and schedule and apply to tutor today.
Organize a Drive
Do you like motivating and challenging others? You can organize a drive to collect uniforms, school supplies, gift cards for supplies or even monetary gifts that directly support the programs we provide. Please contact the office before you begin to get a list of current supply needs as well as all the marketing materials to make your drive a success! 317.202.9100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lunch Time Tutor
Our lunch time tutors provide one-on-one curriculum-based support to school-aged children experiencing homeless in Indianapolis through Tutors in Action. These volunteer tutors serve elementary students at IPS #14, IPS #54, and Nora Elementary STAR (Striving Towards Academic Readiness) programs during the school day, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Now accepting tutors for the 2017/2018 school year. Learn more about the locations and schedule and apply to tutor today.
School on Wheels works with different organizations to provide unique educational enrichment opportunities to the children we serve. This includes Science Ambassadors from Dow Agrosciences who provided hands-on science lessons to our kids and employees from Salesforce who taught basic coding. Have questions about how your employees can donate their skills? Please contact us.
Don’t have time to volunteer each week as a tutor? Sign up to volunteer in the office for projects as needed. We often need help during office hours, Monday – Thursday, stuffing backpacks, organizing supplies or helping stuff and seal mailings. If you would like to volunteer in our office as an individual or with a group, please fill out our volunteer form. If you have any questions, please contact Kris Hurst, Volunteer and Arts Coordinator at email@example.com.
You can be a part of SPOKES, School on Wheels’ community outreach group for young professionals aged 21+. SPOKES works to engage the Indianapolis community in dialogue about the challenges faced by homeless youth. If you’re interested, apply to be a SPOKES member today!