CCACH has been living out its educational mandate for more than 20 years with its CCACH Tutoring Program.
Every Saturday morning from September to June, CCACH offers one-on-one academic tutoring for students grades 1-12 to help them with course material they are having trouble with, or to help them advance in the upcoming school curriculum. In addition to strengthening academic skills, improving marks and test scores, the CCACH Tutoring Program also helps increase confidence in school and connect with a mentor who understands being a student of African or Caribbean descent.
Highly skilled and trained tutors have one-on-one sessions for one hour (60 minutes) with students at CCACH offices (Basement Suite 01, 10275 Jasper Ave). The one-hour tutoring session hours have changed this year! They are now starting at 10am. Sessions available are 10am-11am, 11am-12pm and 12pm-1pm every Saturday during the academic year (except holiday weekends).
Program tutors are students from the University of Alberta, NAIT or MacKewan University and/or have a shared experience as CCACH students.
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The CCACH Tutoring Program helps students with their English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Calculus. Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Social Studies. The tutors can also help students with essay writing and test-taking skills.
Tutoring in French is also available upon request.
Cost for the 2017/18 Academic Year (September 2017-June 2018)
- $100 per student
- $180 for two siblings*
- $240 for three siblings*
*Siblings must be living in the same household to be eligible for the discounted price.
Please note that parents are eligible for a discount in tutoring fees if they commit to volunteering for CCACH. To discuss a discount, please email Evelyn at info (@) ccach (dot) org.
Parents are asked to bring student(s) to the CCACH office on September 30, 2017 between 11:00am-1:00pm to pay for the CCACH Tutoring Program and meet their tutor. Light refreshments will be provided.
As part of its mandate, CCACH aims to help enhance the social, economic and educational life of the African and Caribbean heritage communities.
The one-on-one sessions of the CCACH Tutoring Program gives the opportunity for CCACH tutors to mentor their students in areas of career development, volunteerism and culture. CCACH believes these relationships happen naturally between students and tutors, and encourage mentorship opportunities for the advancement of our students.
Tutors are asked to commit four hours per week to the CCACH Tutoring Program throughout the academic year. A nominal subsidy is available for tutors.
CCACH is always looking for qualified people to be tutors and mentors in the CCACH Tutoring Program. If you believe you or someone you know are a great fit for the program, please contact Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org.