- Anna Grandis
- Allie Goodman
- Shannon Morrissey
- Ariana Schachne
- Megan Boateng
Tutoring In Public Schools
Tutoring in Public Schools (T.I.P.S.), is a community service organization that sends Brandeis volunteers to local Waltham Public Schools. Under the Brandeis Waltham Group umbrella, T.I.P.S. aims to enhance the educational experience and enrich the lives of both the Waltham and Brandeis communities. At these schools, volunteers are placed in classrooms to work in various capacities, based on teachers’ individual needs. Our volunteers mentor students, provide one-on-one tutoring, facilitating lessons and build deep relationships with students. We've sent volunteers in local schools for the past few years with great success and each year our program is met with increasing enthusiasm in the Brandeis and Waltham communities.
Population Served: Waltham Public Schools’ teachers and students
Community Partners: Plympton Elementary School, Stanley School, Waltham Family School
Transportation: If the school is not in walking distance from Brandeis’ campus, transportation is by Waltham Crystal Shuttle Service.
How to Participate:
School Teachers, Administration and Brandeis Students E-mail the program coordinators at TipsBrandeis@gmail.com
Volunteer Time Commitment: 1-2 hours per week at any time that you are available. We work around your schedule.