You can make a difference in someone’s life by becoming a volunteer tutor at H.E.L.P. Miami. Trained on Study Technology developed by author and humanitarian, L. Ron Hubbard, you can learn to help any student improve his or her reading, writing, grammar and math. Tutoring is an excellent way for high school students to earn community service hours.
Volunteers must fill out a volunteer application. The only academic requirement for becoming a volunteer tutor is a sixth grade reading level. Tutor training currently is offered to English speaking students only and takes 25-35 hours to complete.
Proof of background check is required for volunteers age 18 and over. The background check can be done at a local police station at your expense.
There is no charge for tutor training but it is expected that you contribute at least 50 hours of community service at H.E.L.P. Miami in exchange for the courses.
Tutor training classes will begin in 2016.
Other Ways to Volunteer !
H.E.L.P. Miami is in constant need of anything from cleaning to repairs to fund-raising. If you have a skill that could benefit our project, we would be happy to put you to work!
Volunteers make what we do possible!
Call 305-752-4003 to make an appointment to start volunteering now!
H.E.L.P. Miami Volunteer SUCCESS STORIES
I thought that I couldn’t teach my own kids, now I know that I can.
Home Schooling Parent on Tutor Training
I tutor a girl every week. She has learned a lot in the past few months. My success is that she started to read and I felt she was doing well because of me. She is very happy to be reading and I know that I helped make this happen. And that is a great feeling!
Tutor age 11
Helping people has become the best thing I have ever done.
Tutor age 14
I’ve changed and feel much better about myself. This system I am learning can help anyone, of any age or literacy level…making them an asset to their community.
Vietnam Veteran on Tutor Training
I think this method I’m learning now, not only will help my future studies but also, I would like to disseminate these in my community.
Catholic Priest on Tutor Training