The Center for STEM Education and Madison Park High School are forming a partnership during this school year. Northeastern students will be helping Madison Park teachers with tasks such as tutoring, classroom prep, or teaching lessons.
Teachers have signed up for help with subjects ranging from science to math to health science, so you will be able to help out with something with which you are comfortable. Many of them have also indicated that they need help at different times during the day on various days during the week, including after school. This will allow you to choose the time slot that best fits your schedule.
If you are not interested in helping out with any of the school subjects, some teachers have also requested help with preparing for the Boston Public Schools Science Fair that takes place in March. This would consist of helping students think of ideas, mentoring the students and eventually helping them perfect their final presentations.
If you would like to volunteer, please fill out our survey about your availability. It can be found here.
If you know anyone else who may be interested in this volunteer opportunity, please pass the survey along to them!