Do you love working with middle-schoolers? Join our team and make a difference! We are looking for a part-time Middle School Tutor Coordinator. Send your resume with a letter describing your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our volunteers mentor, tutor, and make lasting connections. For example, many of our mentoring relationships continue well beyond high school. Here are a few anecdotes from mentors who have stayed in touch with their students over the years. “I think I was a steady voice during the last ten years. I give her advice regarding […]
We are grateful for the long-term support we’ve had from the Holiday Funds from both the Mountain View Voice and the Los Altos Town Crier. Through their years of consistent and significant support, they help us serve our local students with our tutoring and mentoring programs. In case you missed it, here are links to […]
Over fifty mentors and mentees from the three Mountain View Los Altos district high schools shared a fun and interactive experience at Cucina Bambini Cooking School on Saturday, March 4. Each pair of mentors and mentees had a great time kneading dough made with egg and flour, then putting it through pasta machines to produce […]
For MVHS junior Kaely Roa, meeting with her mentor to go out to a new restaurant, make a holiday related craft, have a meaningful discussion or simply hear an uplifting life quote is the part of her week that she looks forward to. Roa is one of the many students involved with Mentor Tutor Connection, […]
Mentor Tutor Connection links teens with caring role models, younger kids with tutors by Andrea Gemmet / Mountain View Voice After Juakita Berkley and her family moved to Mountain View, she started searching for a mentorship program to join. Back in Dallas, she had started up a youth mentoring program and she said she wanted […]
• Mission: Mentor Tutor Connection aims to help build brighter futures for youth in Mountain View and Los Altos through tutoring and mentoring programs that improve social and academic life skills. • 2016 update: Mentor Tutor Connection’s new executive director, Padma Gargeya, came aboard Nov. 1. Linda Eckols, MTC board chairwoman, said Gargeya’s experience with […]
School’s back in session and Halloween candy populates the grocery store aisles. It’s the perfect time to become a tutor or a mentor to an underserved student in our local schools. To find out more, come to our next Volunteer Information Open House and bring a friend! It is on October 18 from 12:00-1:00 at […]
Our first Executive Director, Carol Fisher, resigned from MTC over the summer to develop other career interests. We’re appreciative that she shared her passion and skills in the time she was with us to help build our programs to serve more students. We wish her every success in the future.
Two Alta Vista High School graduates received scholarships from Mountain View Rotary Club, shown here pictured with AVHS Mentor Coordinator, Leslie Schwarz, and mentor and MTC Founder, Bob Adams We had a big turnout for a field trip with mentors and mentees to Los Altos Stage Company’s production of Catch 22. Our Alta Vista High […]