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Apply to be a School on Wheels tutor. With one hour a week, you can impact two lives. Yours and theirs
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The mission of School on Wheels is to enhance educational opportunities for homeless children from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Our goal is to shrink the gaps in their education and provide them with the highest level of education possible.
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We survive through the donations of people like you who believe as we do that every child has potential and every volunteer makes a difference.
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For social service agency personnel and families wishing to find out more about receiving tutoring, please call 805.641.1678 or our toll-free number 800.923.1100.
Approximately 1.6 million children are homeless annually in the United States. Our volunteers provide one-on-one tutoring for homeless children k through 12 who live in shelters, motels, group foster homes, cars and on the streets.
Make a difference in the life of a homeless student and click to become a volunteer tutor today. With one hour a week, you can impact two lives. Yours and theirs...
Every week, School on Wheels' volunteer tutors give hope, educational assistance and support to the thousands of homeless children living in Southern California. Join our team and change a life, become a tutor!
• One-on-One Tutoring
• Group Tutoring
• Volunteer at one of our Learning Centers
• Family and Youth Volunteering
There are four easy steps to become a School on Wheels volunteer:
- Complete Online Orientation
- Attend a Follow-Up Tutor Training
- Complete a Fingerprint and Background Check
For more information please visit our volunteer page.
Engaging Students in Reading
Thursday, March 13th, 2014
12:00pm – 1:00pm
Technology Tools for Tutors
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
12:00pm – 1:30pm
View our upcoming tutor trainings and workshop calendar here
LA Sentinel: School on Wheels Continues to Make a Difference – 2/20/2014
With the Internet becoming the main information gateway across generations, it leaves a loophole for exposure to our children. Tuesday, February 11, marked Safer Internet Day and the non-profit School on Wheels has been working hard to ensure that the … Read More
OC Register: Getting past the stigma of student homelessness – 12/23/2013
Childhood homelessness can be hard to identify, especially since it includes families doubled and tripled up in homes because of economic necessity. Schools are given tips for spotting homeless children, such as a spike in missed classes, exhaustion during the … Read More
Malibu Times: School on Wheels Celebrates 13th Annual Christmas Party – 12/18/2013
Paradise Cove treats homeless students to unforgettable day at 13th Annual School on Wheels Christmas party. Click the headline above for a link to the Malibu Times Article and click below to see our Facebook photo album. You can also … Read More