Tutor a disadvantaged young person online one hour weekly with The Access Project

What You'll Do: 

•Support a young person in a school subject to achieve the GCSE / A level grades they deserve and to fulfil their potential.

•Inspire, motivate and raise aspirations towards higher education and the world of work.

•Students supported by The Access Project typically achieve a grade higher at GCSE and are four times more likely than their peers to progress to a top-third ranked university.

No prior experience necessary, full training included with start dates through the autumn term.

 

Why You'll Love It: 

Make a significant, lasting impact on a young person’s future; gain valuable tutoring experience and enhance your CV; reconnect with a subject you love;  grow in confidence, be a positive role model; enhance your communication, mentoring and planning skills; give back to your community

What You'll Learn: 
  • Self-management
  • Application of information technology
  • Application of numeracy
  • Communication and literacy
  • Problem solving
  • Leadership
  • Managing others
What We're Looking For: 

Interested?

You’ll need to:

· Either be currently studying for an undergraduate degree or have an undergraduate degree/equivalent professional qualification.

· Either have an A Level subject you wish to tutor at GCSE (grade B or above) or an undergraduate degree in a subject you wish to tutor at A level.

· Be able to spare one hour a week in school term time over the next academic year to tutor (starting Sept/Oct 2022), plus 30 mins a week preparation time.

· Be prepared to undertake an enhanced DBS check (criminal records check) and provide two references (personal or professional).

 

How does it work?

1. Sign up at www.theaccessproject.org.uk/volunteer

2. Sign up to any of our 2.5 hour training sessions over the summer, there are various dates so you can find one that suits you: During this session you’ll learn everything you need to know for your weekly one hour tutoring sessions.

3. You’ll complete a DBS check (criminal records check) and an online safeguarding course.

4. We’ll match you with a student who is looking for support in your subject. In particular, we are seeing high demand from our students for support with sciences and maths so volunteers who are able to support in maths and science subjects would be particularly welcome. There are also many opportunities for volunteer tutors in other subjects including humanities and languages.

More information and sign up at: https://www.theaccessproject.org.uk/volunteer

 

Summary
Volunteering
Volunteer
Education
Young People
London
United Kingdom
30 Weeks Minimum
1 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Organisation
Problem Solving
Motivating Others
Languages you should know: 
English
Professional working
Relevant interests: 
Charity / Nonprofit
Education
Requirements: 
Statement of Motivation
DBS check
Over 18 years old
Training

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