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We Teach Science Foundation

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Causes: Education, Educational Services

Mission: We connect science technology engineering and math (s. T. E. M. ) professionals with middle and high school students for remote tutoring and mentoring (rtm).

Programs: Founded in 2008, the mission of we teach science foundation is to motivate and inspire youth (especially those from disadvantaged households) to achieve excellence in the discpilines of math and science. The remote tutoring and mentoring (rtm) program matches students with volunteer professionals (mentors) in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (stem) with the goal to improve math and science skills while simultaneously exposing participants to the relevance of those skills in the work place and career opportunitites.

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Rating: 5

Remarkable organization whose mission is to inspire and mentor public school students to achieve excellence in math by connecting middle school Algebra students for remote tutoring and mentoring from top-notch, high tech engineers and other professionals that use math regularly. The tutoring/mentoring is done through a web-based, interactive whiteboard and an audio connection, allowing mentors and students the flexibility of connecting from separate locations after school. If you think this might interest you - consider volunteering. This is a fantastic volunteer opportunity for busy professionals - just one hour per week done from anywhere the volunteer has internet access. This growing organization is expanding in terms of the number of schools it partners with. Truly a cutting edge and game changing approach to education. The kids (and the volunteers) will benefit tons.