Future Generations Now

1847 Camino Palmero St, Los Angeles, Ca 90046
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Future Generations Now

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The goal of the Future Generations Now Tutor program is to create opportunities for high school students to Pay-It-Forward and become active participants in their communities, helping those who are underserved and underrepresented in education assistance programs. Tutors can expect to receive training from their respective FGNow ambassadors to perform the tasks required of a virtual tutor in the subjects of Math or English. Tutors will then be assigned to a student in the California area (grades 6 - 8) for the length of a single school semester. We encourage high school students interested in tutoring English or Math (with an average of B+ or better in those classes) to apply! Participants of the Tutor Program must: Be a high school student (9th -12th grade) Have B+ average (85) or better in subjects Be available for at least 1+ hour per week Have access to a device with reliable internet access and Zoom hosting capability Tutoring sessions will follow Kahn Academy curriculum for the appropriate level All applicants must commit to a minimum of 1 semester of the FGNow Tutor program Each hour is the equivalent of 2 community hours Tutors who complete a full semester will be considered for the Future Generations Now Recognition Award!
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  • Teens
  • Individuals
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  • Weekdays
About us Skyler launched Future Generations Now (www.FGNow.org) as a 501c(3) organization in July 2018 to build a community that will actively support and participate in volunteer expeditions locally, and around the world. To date, she has amassed several budding groups of middle school and high school students in California to help raise funds and awareness for programs in the areas of child wellness, education, and the environment. Her journey began with speech tournaments starting in the third grade while also becoming inspired by the mission of Operation Smile (http://www.operationsmile.org). Acting on her desire to help, she worked with school administrators and performed at various private functions to raise awareness and much-needed funds for children around the world to receive treatment through the program. Even as the youngest Smile Ambassador, Skyler embarked on her first global mission in the Philippines at the age of 10, traveling alongside physicians and volunteers to help those families of children in need. Her second Medical Mission would take place in the Spring of 2017, traveling to Lima, Peru in support of families and their children receiving life-changing treatment through Operation Smile.
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