Homework Help Volunteers Needed at the Brentwood Library

Press Release

Brentwood Library

The Brentwood Library is in need of volunteers who would be interested in tutoring kids in math, English, history, and science through May, 2020.

Volunteers will be tutoring kids K-12 after school beginning August 20th, and must be strong in academics, enjoy working with kids and be dependable, and knowledge of Spanish would be helpful but is not required.

They are also on the lookout for another program coordinator, who can assist with scheduling volunteers and keeping them updated about the program when the lead coordinator is out.

Volunteers 18 and over will need to be fingerprinted. If you are interested in becoming a tutor contact the Brentwood Library at 925-516-5290. This is very rewarding work, and directly benefits children in our community.

For more information, contact Library Assistant Leah Martin [email protected] or 925-516-5297.

Free Homework Help at the Brentwood Library

The Brentwood Library resumes its free tutoring program on Tuesday, August 20th in the library’s program room. Help will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00-6:00 while school is in session. Our outstanding volunteers are available to help students answer their math, English, history, and science homework questions. Help will be given on a first come, first served basis, no registration is required, and the service is free.

The Brentwood Library is located at 104 Oak St. The Library is open Monday through Thursday from 10-8 and Friday and Saturday from 10-6. For further information, phone the Library at 925-516-5290.


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