Learning Links Program
Our high school Learning Links volunteers work with elementary-aged kids, helping them with homework, reading to them and doing enrichment activities with them, after school at Mount Kisco Elementary School from 3:15-5:00. The program runs every weekday and we ask volunteers to pick one day of the week that they can commit to coming each week.
Tuesday Evening ESL Tutoring Program
In our Tuesday Evening ESL Tutoring program, high school volunteers work with adult learners one-on-one or in small groups, helping them with their English skills. This program is running both in our Mount Kisco center on Tuesday evenings from 7:00-8:30.
Technology Tutoring program
In this program, volunteer tutors help our clients who drop-in with technology questions. Questions might range from how to reset a password to how to set up/use email to how to fill out an online application. Volunteers for this program should be at least somewhat proficient in Spanish and have a good grasp on basic technology. (You don’t have to be totally fluent in Spanish or be a tech expert!) We welcome high school students, college students and adults as volunteers. We offer this program in Mount Kisco, Ossining and Yonkers.
This summer, high school students will have the opportunity to volunteer with our Summer Links program, helping elementary school students keep their academic skills strong over the summer. The program will run for five weeks throughout the summer, and we ask that volunteers participate in all five weeks, or two consecutive weeks at a minimum. Summer Links takes place at Mount Kisco Elementary School from 8:30-12:30 each day.
Thank you for your interest in Neighbors Link. The success of our programs depends on your involvement and support. If you have questions, please contact Ali Leisawitz and Daniela Valdovinos, Volunteer Coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.