Other Opportunities

We have several other opportunities for those that can only volunteer for brief periods of time or only during certain seasons. Please read below some other ways to be involved with Neighborhood Homework House and help further our mission. 

Club Leader

We have several weekly enrichment clubs that have a focus on different topics for our kids to learn. These clubs usually meet on Friday afternoons and are designed to be fun but also have an academic component to it. Below you will find a list of possible clubs, but please let us know if you have a special skill or talent that you would like to share with our students

 

  • Arts (dance, music, fine art, ceramics, etc)

  • Lego robotics

  • Reading comprehension & intervention for struggling students

  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)

  • Sports

  • Creative writing

 

Club leaders guide students through designated curriculum on a weekly basis. Email volunteer@onhh.org to request a job description with more information!

ESL Tutor for Adult Learners

As a volunteer ESL Tutor, you will help adults to improve their English and gain confidence to use it in their community.  You will be assigned a small group of learners to meet wit 1-2 times a week, using materials and techniques reviewed in the tutor training workshop. You will also be given the option of using our own prepared lessons or modifying them to address your learners’ needs and goals.

 

Email volunteer@onhh.org to request a job description with more information!

Super Subs

Due to the end of college semesters, a majority of our academic tutors leave at the end of November and April. This allows a "Super Sub" to fill those shoes during the months of December and May. This is a great opportunity for people who can't commit for the entire semester. There is no minimum time commitment.  You can choose to volunteer for one session up to the entire month! 

 

Please contact volunteer@onhh.org with any questions!

Alumni Mentor

As our high school graduates enter college, they will need NHH support more than ever. Many of these students will be the first in their family to attend college and are in need of a mentor to help them navigate college life and encourage them along the way. We are looking for community members who can commit to meeting with first generation college students once or twice a month (based on your own availability) to act as a mentor in their life.

 

To learn more, please email volunteer@onhh.org.

One Time Only and Special Volunteer list

Occasionally, NHH staff need help or extra hands to complete a project or accomplish a special task . Some example projects might include: childcare for parent seminars, mailers, donation sorting, helping at NHH community events, and more. We are looking for one time only volunteers who can’t commit to helping on a weekly basis but can help on an occasional basis.You will get an email about opportunities to serve once a month or once every few months!

 

Email volunteer@onhh.org to learn more.

Summer Leader

As our high school graduates enter college, they will need NHH support more than ever. Many of these students will be the first in their family to attend college and are in need of a mentor to help them navigate college life and encourage them along the way. We are looking for community members who can commit to meeting with first generation college students once or twice a month (based on your own availability) to act as a mentor in their life.

 

To learn more, please email volunteer@onhh.org.

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Neighborhood Homework House is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in Azusa, California.

P.O. Box 993 Azusa, CA 91702

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