Math Classroom Coaches tutor small groups of middle school students during the school day. They help increase students' understanding of math and help them believe they can become math learners.
By sharing your knowledge and enjoyment of math with middle school students, you help build a foundation for success in high school and beyond. The more math courses students take in high school, the more options they have after graduation. Completion of advanced math classes, like Calculus, are associated with higher rates of high school completion and attainment of post-secondary certifications or degrees.
Sitting in the classroom is by far the fastest and most enjoyable 45 minutes of my week. It is important that students see people (other than parents and teachers) care about them and perhaps it may also inspire them to volunteer in the future.
Andrew D., Math Classroom Coach
Math Classroom Coaches meet with a small group of three to four students once a week during their math class throughout the school year to help increase students’ understanding and enjoyment of math. One of our Math Classroom Coaching Coordinators is always on site to help!
Tutoring in math throughout the year
Individualized feedback and attention to help students improve their math skills
Opportunities to learn about different career paths
As the school year continues, volunteer opportunities may no longer be available. Sign up now to support math learning!
2021-2022 Math Classroom Coaching volunteer opportunities are now closed for the academic school year.
Do you enjoy middle school math? Would you like to help students feel more confident about their math abilities? If so, we encourage you to volunteer with APIE as a Math Classroom Coach! Just an hour a week of your time during the school year can make a huge difference for students, who benefit from receiving additional math support from committed and caring adults.