Offering free online education to students without it
Indian Americans of Lexington (IAL) is a volunteer civic organization with its mission to celebrate and share the diverse Indian culture, heritage and values to benefit the community.
IAL aims to foster participation and engagement of its members in various social, multi-cultural, educational, town/civic and charitable activities through collaborative events.
Visit them at indianamericansoflexington.org to learn more.
Chinese American Association of Lexington (CAAL)'s mission is to serve Chinese-American's interests in important town-wide activities, especially but not limited to public school education, local politics, and cultural issues.
CAAL also provides opportunities for Chinese American community to engage with the Lexington community through volunteerism, networking, and social events.
Visit them at caal-ma.org to learn more.
Tutoring Math to Younger Students
Reach Mathematics is an organization with a group of high schoolers who want to help younger students to advance in their math education. Even under COVID-19 situations, RM wants to be able to provide learning opportunities for all students virtually. Reach Mathematics teaches Mathematics to elementary, middle, and even high school students for free!
Reach them on Instagram, Email, or reachmathematics.wixsite.com/learning learn more.
Given the COVID-19 Pandemic, 54 million students across the U.S. are now home from school. To help with this, we are offering completely free, online class in numerous different subjects. Classes are free an open to anyone of all ages, interests and experience levels. All that is needed is a computer and access to the internet
We need driven teachers that are passionate about subjects that they want to share with others. Join us and teach your own week-long class for volunteer hours!
Interested in a class you want to take? Join us as a student! For more information on our class offerings and our teachers, please click below!
HELM was started by two brothers, Sidharth and Vikram Anantha, to help students get an education despite schools being closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
HELM officially started teaching classes on April 6th, 2020. We first started teaching classes in Python, and on April 13th, 2020, we added classes in Arduino. Now, we are expanding to teach classes in numerous subjects, across multiple fields
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, 54 million students across the U.S. are out of school, and many are without online learning. Being students ourselves, we want to give students an education in topics that we are passionate about, so that children across America can learn during the pandemic