During these challenging times, Interns 4-Good is expanding into the classroom. Our volunteers are providing 1-on-1 virtual tutoring to hundred of students across the United States.

Parents

Is your child struggling to keep up with school work? Do they need extra academic support? Our knowledgable tutors are eager to help!

  • Completely virtual
  • Conducted by qualified, pre-screened tutors
  • Tailored to your student's academic needs
  • Monitored to ensure saftey and quality

High School Students

Do you want to help students succeed by leveraging your academic strengths? Join our network of dedicated tutors today!

  • Tailored to your unique schedule
  • Earn certified volunteer hours
  • Make a real difference in students' lives
  • Build your resume and gain life-long skills

Prospective Tutors FAQ

Fill out the tutor application form linked above. You will need to provide some basic information about yourself, such as your name, grade, contact information, and school. Additionally, you will be asked to explain your motivation behind volunteering, elaborate on your skills and interests, and upload a photo of your school ID. All volunteers are also required to provide the contact information of one adult at their school that can verify that they are in good academic standing. The more information you provide, the easier it will be for us to match you with a student whose needs align with your aptitudes and abilities. 

Once you have submitted the form, sit back and relax. A member of our leadership team will review your application as soon as possible and send you a follow-up email. If you are accepted, you will receive additional instructions on how to begin your tutoring journey.

All tutors must be in high school (grades 9-12). Unfortunately, we cannot make any exceptions to this rule, regardless of one’s skills and qualifications.

As a virtual tutor at Interns 4-Good, you will be responsible for providing academic support to elementary and middle school students. Many of our tutees are underprivileged students attending Title 1 schools across the United States

All of our volunteers fill out a weekly form in which they report how many hours they have spent tutoring and preparing for tutoring sessions. Our team compiles and stores this information for future reference. At any given time, volunteers can request to have their hours verified or reported to an organization of their choice.

No, tutoring is an UNPAID volunteer position. However, all tutors receive certified volunteer hours for both the time they spend preparing for tutoring sessions and actually tutoring their assigned students.

All high school tutors are expected to meet with their tutee at least once a week for one hour. Depending on the specific needs of the student you are assigned to, you may need to schedule an additional weekly meeting or spend some time preparing for the tutoring session outside of the actual call.  We ask that all volunteers make a firm 1-year commitment to ensure that all of our tutees receive the consistent support they need.

*Due to a high level of interest in tutoring opportunities, we are no longer allowing our tutors to work with more than one student.*

Fill out the contact form in the footer of this page. A member of our leadership team will respond to you as soon as possible.

Tutoring Initiatives

Leveraging a grant from Points of Light and our membership with TechSoup, Interns 4-Good is purchasing refurbished tablets for over 100 elementary and middle school students, enabling these children to fully participate in virtual learning. Moreover, all students that receive tablets through this initiative will be matched with Interns 4-Good tutors for free homework help and academic support.

While our efforts have already made a real impact on numerous children, there are still thousands of disadvantaged students who need our help. Join us in our mission to create equitable learning opportunities by donating to our cause and sharing the flyer below.

  • Completely free and virtual
  • Led by talented high school volunteers
  • Connects students with peers from around the country
  • Balanced mix of online and offline guided activities
  • Covers a wide range of engaging topics
  • Supports students in developing lifelong skills
  • Carefully monitored to ensure the well-being of all campers

Interns 4-Good has developed a robust tech support service to aid teachers in the challenging transition to virtual learning and help them to provide their students with the highest quality learning experience possible. Our tech-savvy volunteers are ready, willing, and able to assist with any technology-related issue from trouble navigating a virtual conferencing platform to difficulty uploading lesson materials to the internet.

To request tech support, simply fill out the brief form below. You will be asked to provide some general information, including your name, contact information, and availability. Once we have received your support request, we will connect you with a skilled and passionate volunteer as soon as possible.

Our Mission

Interns 4-Good is a 501(c)-3 nonprofit organization connecting high school students with remote, skill-based internship opportunities at nonprofit organizations, allowing them to build their resumes while giving back to worthy causes.

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