BECOME A TUTOR
LIFT is in need of qualified tutors that will help students succeed and conquer the academic world. The following form will help you to understand the expectations we have of all tutors and it will help us to know how to best utilize your gifts and passions. This will be the first step in the process. At LIFT the safety of our students is our top priority. All tutors are required to fill out an application, provide two references, and pass a background check. Click the button below to fill out this form and someone from our staff will be in touch!
Enroll your student today
LIFT believes academic success is crucial and wants to provide concrete help at no cost to families.
Tutoring can help strengthen subject comprehension, boost confidence, and build important learning skills.
LIFT will be offering free tutoring at The Claudia Nance Rollins Youth Center.
- Students will be paired with a tutor with expert knowledge in the academic subject.
- Students will meet with their tutor at LIFT during the hours of 4:15-5pm & 5-5:45pm.
- Does your student need extra support and encouragement in a particular academic subject?
- Could your student benefit from an academic expert?
- Does your student want to improve their grades and increase their knowledge of a certain subject?
All tutors will be screened through background checks, references, and will be required to complete volunteer training.
Enroll at lift-ringgold.org/tutoring or call Morgan at 706-935-5438.Sessions will be scheduled afterenrollment is completed.
free tutoring for 6th-12th graders
Individual 45 minute sessions with a qualified tutor.
Sessions will be from 4:15-5:00 & 5:00-5:45 after school
at 7197 Nashville St. Ringgold. LIFT follows the CCPS calendar.
All tutoring spots for students are full. Currently, all students who fill out the form will be added to our waiting list. We will be in touch as soon as there are openings.
Funding for the tutoring program
LIFT is excited to be able to fund this tutoring program at no cost to students and families thanks to the Georgia Department of Education and the Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network approving LIFT Youth Center Inc to receive funding through the competitive Building Opportunities in Out-of-School Time (BOOST) Grants Program!
LIFT Youth Center Inc is honored to be one of 104 organizations (4 statewide organizations with statewide reach and 100 community-based organizations) awarded a BOOST grant, funded with American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds.
The BOOST grants program provides three-year grants, renewed annually, to community based organizations that operate comprehensive out-of-school time (OST) programming year-round, over the summer months, or after school during the academic year. The goal is to provide evidence-based afterschool and summer enrichment programs that target learning acceleration and provide whole child supports, thus removing non-academic barriers to learning for students most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Grants will support students’ learning, connectedness and wellbeing, all while addressing the learning loss experienced across the state in recent years. The purpose of these grants is to:
1. Expand access to serve more youth, with an emphasis on students and communities most impacted by the pandemic,
2. Reduce barriers, such as transportation and enrollment costs, to ensure access for all, and/or
3. Increase programmatic quality and expand or enhance supports and services offered.
About the Georgia Department of Education:
Led by State School Superintendent Richard Woods, the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) is the state agency serving Georgia’s K-12 public school districts, schools, and students. GaDOE’s strategic plan emphasizes transforming the agency into one that provides meaningful support to schools and districts, with an emphasis on child-focused, classroom-centered education policy. GaDOE staff work to ensure that the 1.7 million students in Georgia’s public schools receive a holistic education that focuses on the whole child, and graduate ready to learn, ready to live, and ready to lead.
About the Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network:
The Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network (GSAN) is a public-private collaborative dedicated to advancing, connecting and supporting quality afterschool programs to promote the success of children and youth throughout Georgia. GSAN envisions a day when all communities in Georgia have the resources and support needed to provide high quality afterschool programming. Since May 2013, Voices for Georgia’s Children has served as the home of GSAN. GSAN is one of 50 statewide afterschool networks supported by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
Serving as Georgia’s statewide afterschool network since 2004, GSAN is a resource, convener, and thought leader for afterschool and summer learning programs across the state. GSAN has three core goals:
1) Support afterschool and summer learning programs in improving the quality of their programming;
2) Create a sustainable structure of statewide, regional, and local partnerships; and
3) Support the development and growth of policies to secure the resources needed to sustain new and existing afterschool programs.