Prevent Summer Learning Loss with CUBS


5/30/2018








SUMMER CUBS (Comprehension and Understanding Brings Success) is a collaboration between Worcester Area Mission Society (WAMS), Clark University, Worcester Public Schools and the faith and civic community.
 
Objective#1: Prevent summer learning loss during the early elementary school years in order to promote the likelihood graduating from high school on time and the attainment of economic success in later life.
 
Objective #2: Help future educators to improve their teaching practice.
 
Objective #3: Offer Main South high school students and others the opportunity to build leadership skills and give back to their community. 

Read more and sign up here. 
 
Summer CUBS will run during the weeks of of July 9 to July 27. Volunteer mentors are needed over the course of two daily shifts (8:15 to 11:30 and 11:15 to 2:00). Mentors are welcome to serve for only one shift per day, or both shifts as their schedules permit. Please consider committing to a full week where possible. Two days (or similar) per week over the course of the program is also a really great option. 
 
Youth 14 and up are welcome to volunteer without an adult, although adult mentors are also needed. Children under age 14 are welcome to volunteer with a parent or other known adult (for example an adult-age sibling, a youth leader, scout leader, etc.).
 
Mentor training will be offered from 9-12 on Saturday, June 16, at the Worcester Area Mission Society – 6 Institute Road, Worcester. Attendance is strongly encouraged, and teens who attend the full training AND sign up for/ follow through on a commitment of at least one full week of volunteering will be awarded a gift card.
 
Can’t make it to the training? WAMS will make a condensed version of the training available on video and a Mentor Handbook will also be provided to all. All mentors, whether they attend the training or not, will be asked to take a short quiz based on the handbook content.
 
For more information, please see wamsworks.org.



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