Breakthrough Cincinnati

6905 Given Rd. Cincinnati Oh 45243
Phone 513-979-0345
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Our mission Breakthrough Cincinnati (BTC) is a four-year, tuition-free academic enrichment program for highly motivated middle school students from underserved and underrepresented communities in Cincinnati. BTC’s dual mission is to increase the educational opportunities of middle school students, and to inspire and train the next generation of teachers and educational leaders.
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Saturday Morning Tutor

As a tutor, you will interact with Breakthrough Cincinnati middle school students on Saturday mornings at the Oakley, Walnut Hills, and Norwood public libraries. Students bring homework to work on or a list of subjects they need help reviewing. You will work with small groups or individual students for an hour and a half, helping… See full description
  • Education, Social Skills
  • Middle School
  • Different Small Groups
  • First Gen College, Gifted, Low Income Household
  • Library
  • Individuals, Groups (2-10)
  • 1 School Year
  • 1 Hour/Week
  • Weekends
  • Minimal
How you help The Collaborative is the largest pre-professional teacher-training program in the United States. As the premier pre-service teaching residency in the country, the Collaborative provides aspiring educators with the opportunity to gain firsthand experience as classroom teachers. Each summer, more than 1,000 undergraduate college students participate in Breakthrough’s nine-week teaching residencies as Teaching Fellows. During their participation in the program, Teaching Fellows receive more than 100 hours of professional development and leadership training. Teaching Fellows spend 75 of these hours as lead teachers in their own classrooms.
About us Breakthrough Cincinnati provides highly motivated middle and high school students from underserved/underrepresented communities with the educational experiences and resources that will enable them to succeed in college preparatory high schools, graduate from high school on time, and matriculate at four-year colleges/universities. 95% of all Breakthrough students are young people of color, 81% qualify for free or reduced-price lunch, and 70% will be first-generation college students. Each year, the Collaborative serves more than 5,000 students nationwide.
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