Latino Student Fund K-8 In-Person Tutoring Program
About the Latino Student Fund (LSF) K-8 In-Person Tutoring Program
The Latino Student Fund K-8 In-Person Tutoring Program is a community partnership with the Latino Student Fund to provide tutoring services to local elementary school students. University of Maryland provide tutoring services in reading, math, and other topics to students once a week.
The Latino Student Fund K-8 In-Person Tutoring Program runs on Saturdays from 9am-12pm. Mentors are required to work once a week for the duration of the semester. The LSF K-8 In-Person Tutoring Program site is at UMD and takes place in Stamp.
Program Goals & Benefits
- Improve reading ability and comprehension skills
- Increase knowledge on foundational math topics
- Provide guidance to advance student writing abilities
- Foster connections by engaging with elementary school students on a weekly basis
How Students Are Selected to Participate in LSF K-8 In-Person Tutoring
To get involved with the Latino Student Fund Tutoring program, applications must be filled out by the parent(s)/guardian(s) of the student.
Find more information on the Latino Student Fund website here (links to external site).
We recruit UMD students to serve as mentors for the LSF K-8 In-Person Tutoring Program at the start of each semester. Visit our Become a Mentor page for more information about getting involved!