Youth Education in San Jose

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California Community Partners for Youth (San Jose)

Community Partners for Youth is dedicated to creating a healthy school and community partnership to help educate and support at risk 9th and 10th grade teens so they stay in school and learn to develop, articulate and achieve personal goals. Become a youth mentor.

Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County (San Jose)

Volunteer to teach youth computer skills at the Washington United Youth Center

Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County (San Jose)

Work with a team of teachers to coordinate a variety of small childrens activities including playing games inside and outside of the classroom, story time and snack time.

Eastern European Service Agency (San Jose)

This organization ddresses the needs of immigrants and refugees from the former Yugoslavia and Eastern Europe by providing social services, mental health, parent education and guidance, early childhood and youth services, referrals, ESL classes and translation services that are provided in Bosnian, Albanian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovenian, Polish and Russian. They are looking for volunteers with backgrounds in social services, events coordination, bookkeeping business, office administration or information technology.

Junior Achievement (San Jose)
The goal of Junior Achievement is to educate students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands on programs. Their unique approach allows volunteers from the community to deliver the curriculum while sharing their experiences with students. Call for information about volunteer opportunities.
Reading Partners (San Jose)

Reading Partners's works in partnership with school districts to help children who are having difficulty with reading. Each Reading Partners Center is staffed by a Site Program Director. The Site Director coordinates all scheduling, trains and supports tutors, monitors student progress and performance, and communicates with teachers and families. Tutoring sessions are 45 minutes per student. Volunteers who commit to tutoring on a weekly basis will work with the same children each week.

Reading Partners (San Jose)

Reading Partners's works in partnership with school districts to help children who are having difficulty with reading. Each Reading Partners Center is staffed by a Site Program Director. The Site Director coordinates all scheduling, trains and supports tutors, monitors student progress and performance, and communicates with teachers and families. Tutoring sessions are 45 minutes per student. Volunteers who commit to tutoring on a weekly basis will work with the same children each week.

Resource Area For Teaching (RAFT) (San Jose)

RAFT provides diverse educational services for children and youth pre K12 learn and help them learn math, science, art, and technology in fun and creative ways. Volunteers can be involved on many levels: help prepare donated materials, demonstrating a hands on learning kits, supporting teachers, assembling dducation kits about science, math, art, and other subjects.

Third Street Community Center (San Jose)

Volunteer to teach and tutor youth.