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Tutor Recruitment Kickoff and Tools – Volunteers needed in the 2017/18 School Year!

July 26, 2017

Heart’s 2017 Volunteer Drive is officially underway! Students across 15 school partners need tutors in the 2017/18 school year, which means Heart will be working to recruit over 900 volunteers between now and mid-September.

**Please sign up to be a volunteer tutor today!**

If you have already secured your volunteer spot, we’d appreciate your help in recruiting volunteers with these quick and easy tips:

Help spread the word by using these tools to recruit friends, family members, and colleagues who you think would be interested in being a Heart tutor.

Educate others by talking about your experience with Heart.

Add Heart to your LinkedIn profile as a volunteer activity. Click “Edit Profile,” “Add Section,” and select “Volunteer Experience.” When you type “Heart Math Tutoring,” LinkedIn will find our Company Page.

Reach out to your place of work or civic organizations about Heart, or invite Heart staff to do so. (See Heart’s partner organizations here. Thank you!)

Tag Heart Math Tutoring in your social media posts and use the hashtags #MakeThisYearCount #VolunteerWithHeart; change your facebook profile picture and/or cover photo with these social media tools; and share our social media posts. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

If you’re not a tutor yet and want to give it a try, sign up at! Heart provides tutor-friendly lesson plans and a staff person on site.

In volunteer recruitment, we get to offer a positive way to make a difference in the life of an elementary student. Last year, 98% of 643 Heart students met program growth goals in math. On our year-end survey, 100% of Heart volunteers rated the experience positive, and 99% said they would recommend the program to a friend or a colleague.

Read the full Press Release here.

Thank you in advance for making this year count!

~The Heart Team


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