(BROCKTON, MA) – Can you spare a couple of hours a week to tutor a child experiencing homelessness?
School on Wheels of Massachusetts (SOWMA) is seeking one-on-one tutors/mentors and positive adult role models for children impacted by homelessness in Brockton,
Middleboro, New Bedford, Norwell, and Stoughton. No prior experience is needed. A three-month commitment is requested.
Every SOWMA tutor is required to attend at least one orientation session to receive training in effective tutoring strategies. The next tutor training sessions will be held at
SOWMA’s office, 790 West Chestnut Street, Brockton, MA on the following dates and times:
- Thursday, January 10, 6:00 – 9:00 pm
- Saturday, January 12, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
To learn more about becoming a one-on-one tutor/mentor for a child experiencing homelessness in your area, contact Robin Gilbert at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 508-587-9091. Explore SOWMA’s mission and programs on the SOWMA website at http://www.sowma.org.
ABOUT SCHOOL ON WHEELS OF MASSACHUSETTS
Founded in 2004 by Easton resident Cheryl Opper, School on Wheels of Massachusetts is the only organization providing one-on-one tutoring, new backpacks and school supplies, and educational advocacy and support to children
experiencing homelessness in multiple locations. SOWMA is dedicated to helping each child reach his or her full academic potential.