Our mission at Epsilon Academics is to create a self-sustainable system of mentorship for students across FCPS. We want older students to mentor younger students and younger students to replace the older students in the future. We hope that you spread this message to as many students as possible to make sure this cycle of learning lasts. So please encourage your friends to join as well! Additionally, Epsilon Academics is a 501(c)(3) certified nonprofit organization. Here is what we offer:
We tutor voluntarily at local public schools, public libraries, and other public areas. Our group tutoring sessions at public schools occur on a regular basis. Schools we volunteer at include Daniels Run Elementary, Providence Elementary, Fairfax High School, and Lanier Middle School.
We occasionally host workshops open to all students who want to learn about a topic. For example, last year we had a workshop about NASA's Journey to Mars and a workshop about Web Development, both at FHS. We also occasionally host workshops at libraries that are open to the public. As a member of this club you will have the opportunity help organize and manage these workshops.
Please let us know if any of you have any questions. Thank you!
Personal Email (not school)
Hours of Tutoring Experience
T shirt Size
What after school activities would you like to help with?
Projectile X Entrepreneurship
English Learners' Academy
School Workshops/Outreach Events
Where would you like to volunteer at?
Lanier Middle School
Providence Elementary School
Daniels Run Elementary School
Fairfax High School
Public Libraries (Public workshops/outreach events)
If you don't have a drivers license and cannot get a ride too, it is highly suggested that you get a free cue bus pass from your sub-school. Most of our volunteers travel with the cue bus pass.
I have a drivers license and can drive to volunteer sessions
I don't have a drivers license, but can get rides from someone else
I don't have a drivers license and can't get rides from someone else
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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