Volunteer Opportunity

Concordia University Student Parent Network (CUSP): Tutor-Francais

Volunteer Position Description We are looking for volunteers that are fluent in French and it is a plus if you have experience as a child yourself in the Quebec French school system. Volunteers will be matched with children ages 5-12 and will assist them with age-appropriate homework provided by the parents. We welcome volunteers to help in French and English. We will match you with children based on your skills and interests. Commitment: Saturdays we have 40-minute sessions at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. We will schedule you week to week at the time that is convenient for you.
On/Off Campus Off-campus (Montreal)
Position Type Volunteer opportunity
Location On-site
Address 1175 Saint Matthieu Street, GN LR 03
Contact with Clients? Direct volunteering with clients
Volunteer Tasks Animating Activities, Mentoring / Tutoring, Teaching
Volunteer Tasks (Other)
French required? Yes
Volunteer Position Requirements Must be kind and patient. You will be tutoring children, helping them with their homework in the language that they go to school in. You can tutor in either French or English. You will tutor subjects like math, science, etc, depending on your interests. You will discuss this with the HW Club Coordinator who will make the placement.
Open to students in all degrees and disciplines? Yes
Targeted Degrees and Disciplines
Time Period Rolling basis
Start Date
End date
Length of Commitment Expected 2 Saturday's per month
Time Commitment Morning, Afternoon, Evening, Weekend
Hours per Week 2
Training provided? Yes
Other Benefits Eligible for Concordia Co-Curricular Record (on-campus opportunities only)
Benefits (Other)
Application Procedure Online application form, Email organization contact, Call organization contact
Application Contact Information hiru.rodrigo@concordia.ca
Application Deadline
Application Material Required Short cover letter, Résumé
Additonal Application Information / Comments Email us, and make sure to mention Tutor Français in the subject line!