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Tutoring and Mentoring


Interested in providing tutoring or homework help to local school children? Volunteer opportunities exist at three local community centers to work with and mentor youth in grades K-11. Programs run Monday through Thursday from 4-6 p.m. Volunteer one or two days per week depending on your schedule.

Students eligible for Federal Work Study have an opportunity to be compensated for their service. Contact Ann Gosky atagosky@kent.edu for more details.

Asia, Inc.

An after school tutoring program in Akron, Ohio. The program runs Monday through Thursday and you can volunteer one day for a few hours or more days and more hours - depending on interest and time. 

King-Kennedy Community Center

Only a few miles from campus and on the PARTA bus line. The King-Kennedy Center serves youth in a variety of programs. The after-school tutoring program needs your assistance on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:00-6:00 pm. 

The Junction 

An after-school tutoring program for youth in grades K-6. The community center is located on Franklin Ave. and Cherry St. in walking distance to campus. Assistance is needed Tuesdays and Thursday from 4:00-6:00 pm.