America Counts Challenge
The America Counts program was initiated in July 1999 after the success of its predecessor, the America Reads program. The America Counts program is an effort to improve student achievement in mathematics and aims in helping students succeed in the foundations of algebra and geometry by the completion of 9th grade. The program works with surrounding middle and high schools, as well as community organizations to ensure that students are prepared for the challenges of higher level mathematics.
WHAT ARE THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR TUTORS?
- Must be a student of Georgia Southern University
- Must not have another college work-study position
- Must have reliable transportation
- Must be in good academic and disciplinary standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5
- Must be eligible for the Federal College Work-study Program
- Must have the desire and ability to work with children
WHAT ARE THE JOB RESPONSIBILITIES FOR TUTORS?
- Attend a scheduled training session
- Work to promote reading skills for children in grades K-3
- Provide your own transportation to and from your assigned school
- Comply with all policies and procedures in the ARC tutor manual
- Report to work on time and in appropriate attire
HOW DO I APPLY?
Last updated: 12/16/2016