Volunteers and Friends of GT Scholars – It’s not too late to volunteer next term!

Volunteers and Friends of GT Scholars – It’s not too late to volunteer next term!

We hope you’ve had a great week so far and that the upcoming weekend will be a pleasant one! Here is a couple to things we would like to share with you.

Thank you for your hard work
We’ve received great feedback from our parents and we would like to thank all our volunteers and staff that added to the success of the second term.  Your hard work and dedication does not go unnoticed and we are eager to share the impact that we’ve made in this term with you. Our Volunteer Spotlight is our way of introducing our inspiring and talented volunteers. If you would like to be featured in our next volunteer spotlight, contact us for more information.

Teaching Resources 
April is Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month! Help create awareness by incorporating this theme into your tutoring sessions. We’ve also compiled a useful list of teaching resources that can help you prepare for your sessions. We are currently matching volunteers with scholars for the new term and will be in touch with you soon. If you would like to volunteer your time as a tutor, please feel free to contact us for more information. One hour a week can make a significant difference in a young person’s life.

Something worth sharing with young people
Many young people are faced with the same burning question – what should I do after school? Do I choose to go to university or apply for an apprenticeship? This can make an excellent conversation topic for your next mentoring or tutoring session. Check out this blog post that can help you shed some light on this very important question.

GT Scholars is a not-for-profit social enterprise and registered charity. Our after-school tutoring, mentoring and enrichment programmes are designed to help young people aged 11-18 achieve their academic and career aspirations. Contact us to find out how you can join us a volunteer tutor or mentor and make a difference in young people’s lives.

Friends of GT Scholars Volunteers