We have identified two programs that allow you to assist middle and high school students. The best part is that you can do this from your desk!
NSTEP (National Science and Technology Education Partnership) is the philanthropic arm of the electronic industries. Their mission is to create partnerships between the business and educational communities that benefit both parties.
NSTEP Tutor allows you to help students in 7th-12th grades with math and science assignments. You commit to the time and day(s) most convenient for your schedule. They ask for a minimum of 2 hours per month. NSTEP and their partner Tutor.com do the rest. Please visit NSTEP Tutor for more details.
TechXplore allows you to volunteer from your home or office computer. You will mentor teams of students as they compete in a 12 week program to solve an everyday problem using technology. NSTEP will assign you a facilitator who is usually a teacher or after school administrator and a team of students. You are asked to help in guiding them as they work through their project. You would need to commit 1 hour/week for 12 weeks. . Please visit TechXplore for more details.
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