education

Tutor with GIA Community Development Corporation

By Lydia on January 18, 2017

GIA Community Development Corporation is a nonprofit outreach center located in the City of St. Louis that administers programs to assist low income residents.  They are currently looking for tutors for their Rising Star Readers program, which partners with Farragut Elementary to help students re...

Come to Global Learning Exchange Initiative’s Informational Meeting

By Lydia on January 10, 2017

Are you interested in global issues that directly affect people in the U.S., like literacy? Do you want to share your time and talent with a local nonprofit helping children in Central America? Global Learning Exchange Initiative (GLXi) needs you! Come to an informational meeting January 24th at ...

Volunteer at Statewide 7th Grade Girls STEAM Event

By Lydia on January 10, 2017

College & Career Consultants from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) are holding a STEAM Event for 500 – 7th grade girls on the Danforth campus on March 15, 2017. The group is seeking Washington University students, faculty, or staff from all discipline...

Volunteer as a Science Fair Judge for Gateway Science Academy

By Lydia on January 9, 2017

Gateway Science Academy is seeking a diverse set of volunteers to act as science fair judges on Saturday, February 18, 2017. Participating projects will come from students in grades 5-12 who have been working hard and are excited to explain their results and conclusions. Gateway Science Academy i...

Apply to be Member of the 2017-2018 SAGA Fellows Cohort

By giadmin on December 1, 2016

SAGA Fellows are full-time tutors who work with students in some of the lowest performing public school districts in NYC and Chicago. In the 11-month program, SAGA Fellows help transform these students through daily, personalized tutoring and mentoring in a program that is achieving extraordinary...

College Advising Corps Full-Time Job Applications Open

By giadmin on November 30, 2016

About the Corps The Washington University College Advising Corps (WUSTL CAC) is part of the national College Advising Corps which works to increase the number of first-generation college going, low-income, and/or underrepresented students who apply, enter, and complete college. WUSTL CAC employs ...

Break the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Action Weekend

By giadmin on November 9, 2016

Join Metropolitan Congregations United and its partners to help address the school-to-prison pipeline in the St. Louis Region. On Friday evening, keynote speaker Attorney Bridgette Bowman will discuss the juvenile court system and juvenile justice in St. Louis. On Sunday, there will be an assembl...

Help Improve Guatemalan Education with Global Learning Exchange Initiative

By giadmin on November 9, 2016

Global Learning Exchange Initiative (GLXi) is a nonprofit founded in St. Louis with a mission to create sustainable opportunity in developing countries through literacy and continuing education. GLXi is starting up 24 new classrooms in Guatemala in January and needs volunteers to help load tablet...

2017 Practicum/Internship Opportunity at Domestic Violence Court

By giadmin on November 1, 2016

The Domestic Violence Court Of St. Louis County has several internship opportunities for 2017. All positions are between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. After receiving training in the dynamics of domestic violence, a DV Court internship could include the following: Advocate for p...

Applications for Breakthrough Collaborative Teaching Fellowship are Now Open

By giadmin on November 1, 2016

Breakthrough Collaborative works to tackle the opportunity gap with middle-school students across the country. Breakthrough teaching fellows participate in a nine week summer residency and gain over 100 hours of leadership and teaching training. There are 24 programs in cities across the country ...