ECDC African Community Center of Denver
International CITY Youth Program Tutor
4 Month Minimum
|Est. Hours:||3 Hours/Week|
Imagine high school students excitedly walking across the stage to receive their diploma, realizing a dream that may not have been possible without you.
ACC’s International CITY program is seeking engaging and committed tutors to work alongside our youth, teaching them the necessary skills needed to achieve this goal. These tutoring sessions may cover subjects such as physics, geometry, chemistry, French, Spanish, English Literature, and world history.
The After School Program Tutor is expected to be dependable as they work toward building lasting relationships with refugee youth. They will also serve as a crucial member of the Youth Empowerment Team aiming to sustain a safe space and acting as a peer mentor as well as tutor. The ideal candidate is expected to be flexible; some nights you may have to be innovative by making a game of basketball a teaching moment rather than going by the books. The Youth Empowerment Team of ACC strives to build a fun, welcoming, inclusive, multicultural environment that represents the youth of the East Colfax neighborhood as well as the families that ACC works alongside.
Schedule: Part-time, 2-5 pm, Monday-Thursday, minimum of two days per week
Additional information: Position Description
Interested volunteers must first attend a General Orientation session at ACC. Please go to our website at www.acc-den.org/volunteer to see upcoming orientation dates and to sign up.
ECDC African Community Center of Denver (ECDC ACC) was established in 2001 as a program office of the Ethiopian Community Development Council (ECDC). Over its 17-year history, ECDC ACC has served over 6,000 refugees, asylum seekers, special immigrant visa holders, and Cuban parolees.
Submitting this form does not constitute a commitment, only interest in volunteering. We will reach out with more information shortly after submittal.