Project One on One began in 1996 as a way to connect Atlanta’s homeless children with adult mentors who are willing to help and encourage them to reach their best in school. Children living in group homes and shelters may not get the necessary assistance and guidance they need to complete homework or to brush up on academic skills. That is why CRN’s Project One on One mentoring and tutoring program is so important.
Volunteers are paired with a local group home or shelter to provide their time in a meaningful way to help kids succeed in school. Tutoring sessions are held in the group homes/shelters where the children live, or in an after school program in their community. Dates and times for tutoring sessions vary based on location and we ask that all volunteers make a minimum commitment of four months of tutoring, to ensure some stability for these kids. No prior experience is necessary, we welcome all volunteers who want to make a positive impact on the life of a child in need!
Please email Jenna Allie at MentorCoordinator@ChildRN.org with any questions or for more information.