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5 Computer Science Tutoring Opportunities!

Updated: Feb 15, 2021

Written By: Sejal Bilwar

Tutoring other students in computer science can help you cement your own knowledge in this subject and will help you gain further understanding of the subject as well. Tutoring will help you get volunteer hours needed for school while helping others directly at the same time. That's why tutoring other students at these 5 nonprofits will be beneficial to you!

Youth Promise: Youth Promise is a student-run organization where tutoring other students is their number 1 priority. This virtual tutoring service is directed towards students of all ages. Computer science is one of the many subjects offered, so become a volunteer for this organization by teaching students more about this interesting subject. The link to apply is here:

World of Coding: Help tutor other students in computer science now! World of Coding provides free online classes, one-on-one instruction, and educational resources for all students. This organization can be found on Instagram @world.of.coding and the link to apply is here:

STEAMPower: STEAMPower is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that aims to bridge all gaps in education with completely free one-on-one tutoring and workshops. Get community service hours from tutoring and gain valuable experience in STEAM. The link to apply is here:

Elevate the Future: Elevate the Future strives to inspire young students to become the next generation of creators and innovators. They provide young students with introductions and lessons in computer science / business through classes, guest speaker events, and more. Volunteer to become an instructor and gain firsthand experience in business and computer science through teaching.The link to apply is here:

Edutine: During the COVID-19 pandemic, Edutine was created to help tutor students in a variety of subjects through Zoom and Google Meet. Help tutor students in Computer Science, Intro to Coding, and Java Coding. Apply to become an Edutine tutor over here:

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