Volunteer

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Volunteers are an important part of Homework Hotline! They are a dedicated group of high school students, retired teachers, and community members who generously give their time to help Homework Hotline achieve its mission. Volunteers come in Monday through Thursday evenings to provide tutoring by phone to students and parents. All tutoring is done at the Homework Hotline office in Nashville.


Volunteer positions available:

Volunteer Homework Hotline Tutor

Volunteers must:

  • Have basic knowledge in math, science, reading, or social studies

(Don't worry — volunteers aren't expected to know it all! Volunteers decide their own areas of interest, and there are always teachers on hand to help.)

Benefits:

  • Volunteer hours can be used for National Honor Society, Beta Club, or other service clubs
  • Many high school and college volunteers can earn credit
  • Homework Hotline provides useful resources (textbooks, teachers, recommendation letters) as you complete high school and prepare for college
  • Students who volunteer with Homework Hotline for more than 125 hours are eligible to receive a $1000 scholarship toward any college or university

 

Volunteer Call It Reading Tutor

Homework Hotline's Call It Reading program serves children from low-income families who cannot read or read at least two grade levels behind.

Volunteers must

  • Have the ability to read clearly over the phone
  • Have a strong commitment to the volunteer hours you set for yourself
  • Speak one-on-one, twice a week for 30-minutes, with each participant
  • Submit a volunteer application

Benefits:

  • Volunteer hours can be used for National Honor Society, Beta Club, or other service clubs

 


Questions? Email volunteer@homeworkhotline.info or call 615-298-6636 for more information.