America Counts Tutoring Program
What is America Counts?
Skyline College’s America Counts Program is a tutoring program that provides tutorial assistance to elementary school aged children underachieving in reading and math.
Our Goals are:
- To motivate others, especially college-aged students, to work with their community schools to help bring about change in young students' lives.
- To show how, through Service-Learning, everyone benefits. Whether it is the student who learns to read at a level higher, or the volunteer who learns that by helping one child succeed and learn, society has one more adult that can read and write.
America Counts Tutoring Program benefits:
- Helps to improve the reading and math performance of elementary school children by providing focused tutorial assistance, especially those who are at risk of experiencing difficulty in reading and math.
- Assists community college students by enhancing their education and commitment in learning while serving the community.
What are the requirements to participate in the program?
- Students must meet the Federal Work Study Minimum Requirements
- Students must make a full year commitment (fall and spring semesters)
How do I apply for the America Counts Program?
Students who are interested in participating the America Counts Program must complete the Tutor Application. Your application will then be reviewed by the Federal Work Study Coordinator, Aileen Phuong and reach out to you if you are eligible.
Where would I be tutoring?
Skyline College is currently in contract with the Pacifica School District.