Ronteweiénstha Tehontatia'takéhnhen is a Mohawk phrase that means "students helping students". This Homework Help program is a collaboration with the Kahnawake Survival School (high school), Karonhianonhnha Tsi School, and Kateri Tekakwitha (primary schools) that consists of mentorship and tutoring with students. The Homework Help program offers weekly one-to-one tutoring in a variety of subjects such as English, Math and Social Studies. The tutoring is held after school for an hour and half once a week, and any McGill student is welcome to apply. Transportation is by STM and taxis.
- You should be available from 2pm-5:30pm every Tuesday. This includes travel time, as the tutoring itself is from 3:00-4:30pm. The length of the program is from mid-October to mid-April. If you can only volunteer for one semester, you are still welcome to apply and mention this in the comments section.
- Attending an orientation session before volunteering begins.
Open to: McGill undergraduate and graduate students.
Additional Information: STM passes are available (free!). More information on how to get there will be available once you are selected as a volunteer.
If you have any questions, contact veronica.amberg [at] mcgill.ca (Veronica Amberg).