Working in the Northern Virginia, DMV area
Humanitas4All provides tutoring services to local communities and several other projects which aim to improve the education of younger, low-income students.
Fall 2020 --
The Humanitas4All Hum Scouts After School Program is an online program dedicated to helping elementary and middle school students stay on track with learning during the virtual school term. We are aiming to serve all students in Northern Virginia, especially supporting students from low-income backgrounds and/or Title I schools.
Because school is online this fall, many parents will find it hard to balance childcare with work. The goal of this program is to provide homework help, fun activities, positive character development, and support to young students and their families. Sessions will occur after school via Google Meet.Parents, Click here to sign up!
High Schoolers, Click here to become a mentor!
July 2020 --
SEEK (Science and Engineering Experiments for Kids) is Humanitas4All's free STEM kit program that will safely provide students with experiment kits to perform their own science experiments at home. The SEEK program includes exciting lessons and fun science experiments on a variety of topics! Humanitas4All's mentors and volunteers have made video tutorials for each experiment to guide how to complete the activities.Click here to register!
Summer 2020, July-August
Although we were unable to hold our normal in-person STEM camps this year (2020), that did not stop us from continuing to provide educational summer opportunities! SEP was a five week program for elementary and middle school students. Students participated in free classes covering all subjects, including computer science! Classes were instructed by high school volunteers from all over Northern Virginia. Checkout our Instagram page for the program highlights and parent testimonials!
Summer 2018 -- Present
Each summer we host STEM camps at Wesley Housing community centers (Wexford Manor, Lincolnia, Colonial Village, and more). Camps are run by high school students and involve engaging and hands-on learning! Details about the 2021 session will be released soon.