United Way of Greater Nashua will be working with the Nashua School District’s 21st Century Extended Day Program to make United Way’s “Learn United” tutoring program available to more students. The 21st Century Extended Day Program, which offers afterschool enrichment and homework support each day after school, is housed at 7 Nashua schools.

Volunteers interested in working with elementary-aged students in a school setting should contact United Way at tutoring@unitedwaynashua.org or (603)882-4011.

Tutors for elementary grades generally work with children who need help with reading and writing or math. Interested volunteers may request to work in a particular area or with a particular age group and which weekday(s) they will be available.

Tutors may work with students in small groups or in a one-on-one setting. No formal training or prior educational experience is required. Tutors will be asked to participate in training and background checks.

Tutors are also needed to work with students in a one-on-one setting at tutoring sessions at the YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, Nashua PAL, Girl’s Inc., and the Nashua Public Library.

Information about United Way’s free tutoring program can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/LearnUnited