Our mentor/tutors are vetted and trained students from local universities. Each one is in exemplary academic standing, shares a passion for our mission, and has a commitment to their student(s).
SEA Program students are in middle school, in the mainstream classroom, and have one or more failing grades in any of the key subjects such as math, English, science, and/or history. We aim to support those who are truly struggling academically and could not otherwise afford the intensive and individualized support that our program provides.
The SEA Program is free to all students! As a 501(c)3 organization, we are able to offer our services to those who need it at no cost. We only serve those unable to afford this specialized, one-on-one support.
Each SEA Program student meets with their mentor/tutor twice a week for an hour each session. SEA is an after-school program, and all sessions take place Monday – Friday. Extended hours are possible and are addressed on a case-by-case basis. Days and hours vary by site.
SEA currently operates in the following areas:
As a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity organization, we are funded by individual donations, grants, corporate sponsors, and two major annual fundraiser events. All funds raised are used to benefit the SEA Program.
All money raised is used for the SEA Program, which includes costs associated with personnel and operating.
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Definitely! If your school, civic group, or organization would like to plan an event or a fundraising campaign for the benefit of The Emily Shane Foundation, or collaborate on an event, please contact us.