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Signing up to tutor with HMT? Here’s what you can expect from signup to startup!

07.20.2021

Thinking about becoming a tutor? Please do! Heart Math Tutoring is currently recruiting 1,400 volunteers to spend one hour per week supporting 1,150 students in the 2021/22 school year! Read HMT’s volunteer recruitment kickoff press release about our community’s need and how Heart Math Tutoring works.

To become a tutor, simply select your preferred tutoring time and location on the signup form as soon as possible, and we’ll pair you with a student! Tutoring begins in late September.

1. Sign Up: Get started by selecting … continue reading

Program Updates – Piloting New Resources for Students, Teachers, and Families

04.10.2020

We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy! Heart Tutoring will be piloting various ways to support students, teachers, and families, and we wanted to give you a quick update as of early April. Schools, please contact your Program Coordinator or Program Manager to continue to let us know how we can help!

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CMS has paired our 4th and 5th graders with digital devices for online learning and correspondence with their teachers, while 1st-3rd grade students, who make up the … continue reading

Mint Hill Times feature: Heart Math Tutoring Needs You

10.15.2019


School is in session, and Heart Math Tutoring is gearing up for another great program year! This year, Heart Tutors will serve over 1,000 Charlotte Mecklenburg elementary students through 1 to 1 math support and mentoring. With just an hour or 30 minutes a week, community volunteers will impact the lives of elementary students across the county, including students at Lebanon Road Elementary. Continue reading herecontinue reading

Speaker at The Charlotte Justice Conference

10.09.2019

Heart Executive Director Emily Gaffney led the “Education and Childhood Trauma” session at the Charlotte Justice Conference on 10/5/19. The second annual conference was organized by Christine Nicodemus and Heart tutor Tim Nicodemus and had around 115 guests in attendance at Project 658.

Emily offered context and statistics from CMS’s bold Breaking The Link report. The report begins with history of integration and re-segregation of Charlotte schools before sharing that a predictive link still exists between race, school poverty level, and academic outcomes – hence … continue reading

Heart Math Tutoring Featured on University City Connect!

09.27.2019

University City Connect recently shared Heart’s mission and need on their website. 

“Heart Tutoring provides training, volunteer-friendly lesson plans, and on-site staff support. Most importantly, students build skills and confidence: 98% have met program goals set by UNC Charlotte and CMS.”

Read the full article here!continue reading

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