As a STEM Tutor at Sciencious Tutoring Program in England, you will be:
Making lesson plans and materials (i.e. worksheets, presentations, online classes, etc.) to underprivileged and passionate children in England.
Conduct STEM lessons remotely through zoom/Google meet or in person (if UK citizens and are able to reach the children)
Working with a team of tutors and the Director of Tutoring regularly to discuss lesson plans.
Any questions - email firstname.lastname@example.org
Preferably UK citizens
Embracing skills and experience listed below
Proficient in English and able to deliver lessons in simple wordings.
High school/college students who are passionate about STEM and teaching others.
Dedicate at least 4 hours per week to prepare materials and conduct at least 2 lessons.
Sciencious ( https://sciencious.com ) is a non-profit international organisation and our mission is to bring STEM resources to underpriveleged and underesourced children.
The UK branch of Sciencious is currently looking for volunteer tutors to help us spread the knowledge and passion. As a tutor, your main duties will include:
1)Working with other tutors to plan lessons, online courses, competitions and other activities
2)Giving lessons online (and in-person if UK resident)
This opportunity will help you develop skills like public speaking, will expand your knowldge in your area of interest and give you a chance to show leadership in your team of tutors - all while doing community service!
Moreover, if you stick with us for 2+ months, you will receive a certificate confirming your impact as a voluntary participant.
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