Become a TDSB Tutor

Become a volunteer tutor in a TDSB High School. Use your knowledge and skills to benefit students in high school. As a tutor, you can help students build upon their skills and realize their potential. Tutors work in partner schools to help teachers support learning in their classrooms. You get to choose which subject you will tutor, and we will provide you with the training you need to become a tutor.

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Contents

Eligibility Open to all University of Toronto students
How it works Follow five steps to get involved
When and where Schedule, commitment and location
Registration Registration is now open for September 2017.
Contact us Contact Natasha Jamal at natasha.jamal@utoronto.ca

Eligibility

This opportunity is open to all University of Toronto students.

How it works

Students who wish to participate in this opportunity must:

  1. Register for the TDSB Program
  2. Attend an interview and fill out a Police Reference Check application by requesting one in person at our office or by emailing us.
  3. Attend the Community Action Project Orientation.
  4. Tutor once a week for a minimum of 1-2 hours. Tutoring begins October and ends in April.
  5. Attend 2 reflection sessions with the CCP and other TDSB Tutors.

If you complete all five steps above you can add the experience to your Co-Curricular Record.

When and where

Schedule and time commitment

Volunteer for 1 to 2 hours a week in fall or winter semester.

 

Location

Partner schools are located all over the city, and you can pick your top three preferences. Some of our partner schools include:

City Adult Learning Centre  (Bloor St E & Broadview Ave)

Contact Alternative (Dundas/University)

Downsview Secondary School (Keele/Wilson)

Jarvis (Jarvis/Wellesley)

Monarch Park (Coxwell/Danforth)

Parkdale (Queen W./Jameson)

Lester B Pearson (Markham/Finch)

Runnymede (Jane/St. Clair W)

SATEC @ WA Porter (Pharmacy/St. Clair E.)

SEED Alternative (Dundas/ Broadview)

Subway Academy II (Dundas/Spadina)

Oasis Alternative (King St/Brant St)

East York Alternative (Cosburn/Coxwell)

West End Alternative (Bloor/Grace)

Oakwood (Oakwood/St.Clair Ave. W.)

Vaughan Road Academy (Vaughan/Oakwood)

Kipling Collegiate Institute (Kipling/The Westway)

Oasis Alt SS - Triangle Program (Spadina/Adelaide)

 

If you are a teacher or guidance councillor that would like to partner with us, please email Natasha Jamal at natasha.jamal@utoronto.ca.

Contact us

Contact Natasha Jamal at natasha.jamal@utoronto.ca.