Category Archives: Education and Literacy

Livermore Public Library

We have several volunteer opportunities available, including ongoing recruitment for bookstore volunteers and adult literacy tutors. The Library is also recruiting for an Adult Program Host and several Reaching Coaches for a youth summer literacy program. We also are currently …
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East Palo Alto Tennis and Tutoring

Through partnerships with families, schools, and the local communities, EPATT promotes leadership, discipline, hard work, and excellence among its K-12 students. Using the unique mix of one-on-one academic tutoring and tennis instruction, EPATT strives to enrich the academic, athletic, and …
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My New Red Shoes

My New Red Shoes provides Bay Area homeless and low-income children with a $50 clothing gift card and a new pair of shoes so that they can start the school year proud and ready to learn. In 2014, My New …
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Ann Martin Center

Ann Martin Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of at-risk children, youth, and their families in Alameda County by providing psychotherapy, educational therapy, diagnostic assessment, and training. We promote healthy emotional development and effective learning skills. …
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Science is Elementary

We work to effect systemic change in elementary school science education by teaching students, training teachers, and engaging the scientific community.Want to do fun science experiments with elementary school kids? Science is Elementary (SIE) needs volunteers that love to show …
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18 Reasons

18 Reasons is a non-profit based in SF’s Mission District. It is the only organization in the Bay Area running Cooking Matters, a Share Our Strength nationwide program. Through Cooking Matters 18 Reasons brings free 6 week nutrition and cooking …
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SCRAP

SCRAP is a creative reuse center in San Francisco. Essentially, the way SCRAP works is businesses and individuals donate unwanted art parts and materials (things like upholstery sample books, misprinted stickers, or an old yarn collection), then we sort them, …
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TEALS

According to a 2013 study by Code.org, 90% of US high schools do not teach computer science. TEALS helps high schools offer computer science by providing a team of trained volunteers to partner with a classroom teacher and teach a …
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