Volunteers Needed for Beyond Rugby Programme

Beyond Rugby Programme – Volunteers Needed

Support youth learning!

Help youth with schoolwork, personal growth projects and post high-school preparation.

When: Mon to Thurs from 3.45—4.45 pm

Where: Dellwood Middle School, Berkeley Institute and Cedarbridge Academy

Skills: Just a little patience and the desire to help young people learn!

Duration: Regular commitment encouraged.  Flexibility is possible.   Aim for a minimum of  3 sessions a quarter.

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BEYOND RUGBY

Programme Information

Dellwood Middle School:

As part of the Dellwood Beyond Rugby programme, twice a week all students are provided with a dedicated time to receive academic and personal growth support.  After school on Tuesday and Thursday students report to the library where community volunteers support youth with academic assignments and personal growth projects.  The role of the volunteer is to engage, support and encourage youth.

Cedarbridge Academy and Berkeley Institute:

As part of Beyond Rugby, students are provided with academic support and coaching before they head to the rugby field.  We are consistently seeking individuals to provide students with both general academic support and targeted academic tutoring by specific subject area.  Once a year, we also seek volunteers to support youth in topics such as resume writing, networking, interviewing skills and public speaking.

Beyond Rugby has 4 core pillars:

Academic Motivation, Social and Emotional Growth, Character Development through Rugby, and Vision and Exposure Building.  We are always looking to connect youth to new ideas, people, experiences, and skill building opportunities that align with these four pillars.  Therefore, we seek volunteers and organizations who are keen to share their passions, skills, talents and experiences and who can help us connect youth with opportunities.

 

Please email leila@tfc.bm for more information.

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