Schools of Hope volunteers are asked to make a commitment of one hour per week for the school year. No previous tutoring experience is needed; all tutors will be provided the training and support needed to be successful. Volunteers have the option of forming a tutor team with up to two friends or colleagues. Tutor team members share the responsibility of a single tutoring assignment.
Steps to becoming a Schools of Hope volunteer:
- Attend a required one hour informational session at United Way of Racine County, 2000 Domanik Drive, to learn about the Schools of Hope model and what you can expect as a tutor. Use the form below to register!
- After the informational session, complete a volunteer tutor application and consent to a background check.
- Volunteers accepted into the program will attend two mandatory tutor training sessions.
- Begin tutoring!
If you are considering becoming a Schools of Hope tutor for the 2014-15 school year, please fill out the information below and you will be contacted when details are available.
We are no longer accepting volunteers for the 2013-14 school year.
To sign up for an informational session, please complete the information below.
Registration is required to attend an informational session.