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Using federal work-study funds, the America Reads and Counts program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill places college student tutors in a community center, local middle and elementary schools to provide classroom support and individual attention to struggling and at risk students. The tutors provide consistent service to the sites by working with their learners at least twice a week in 40-minute sessions for 23 weeks during the academic year.

For more information on the program and how to apply go here:

Interested Applicants



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