Free Math Tutoring Available for Riverside Students

Free Math Tutoring Available for Riverside Students

Riverside

The award winning My Learning Studio OUTREACH will provide free math tutoring at Casa Blanca Library located at 2985 Madison Street in Riverside. 

The six-week tutoring program will run on consecutive Saturdays beginning January 6, 2018 from 10:00 until noon and focus on Integrated Math 1. The special program is being exclusively offered to students from low-income families and all participants must qualify as low income according to the City of Riverside’s income guidelines. 

Businesses interested in donating prizes or items for the students’ participation as well as high school juniors and seniors interested in volunteering that can tutor Math 1 confidently are encouraged to contact are encouraged to contact Lorna Jenkins via email at info@MyLearningStudio.com or by calling (951) 789-5403. 

My Learning Studio OUTREACH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works to address the need for low-cost tutoring for low income and under resourced families in the community. The agency is funded by the Riverside County Asset Forfeiture Special Fund and the Riverside Assistance League Helping Hands and Hearts in addition to private donors. 

The organization’s mission is to encourage and benefit all students and their families academically in creative and innovative ways regardless of ethnic, gender, sexual orientation or any other protected status. 

Since 2006, My Learning Studio OUTREACH has tutored thousands of local public, private, and home-schooled students in the Inland Empire. 

For more information regarding the six-week tutoring program contact Lorna Jenkins at info@MyLearningStudio.com or by calling (951) 789-5403. For other information regarding My Learning Studio OUTREACH visit http://www.mylearningstudio.com.

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