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Do you want to know who you are?DON'T ASK. ACT!Action will delineate and define you.– Thomas Jefferson

Tutors & Classroom Helpers

Support Colorado Youth for a Change by empowering youth (ages 14-18) through tutoring in core subjects and life skills. All long-term volunteers must be 18 years of age and are required to fill out an application that includes an interview process and background check. Please contact Amber Palmeri at amberp@youthforachange.org or 303-292-2779 if interested in any volunteer opportunities and/or for additional information.

Volunteer tutoring opportunities are available at the following sites: We ask that all volunteers commit to an entire semester of tutoring.


After-School Tutors Needed!

In Colorado, nearly a quarter of students don't graduate on time, and in most of the schools in which CYC works, that number is even larger. By volunteering your time, you are an essential part of achieving our mission of solving the dropout crisis in Colorado.

Volunteers are needed to provide one-on-one or small group tutoring to students who are struggling in their classes and could use additional support with the academic material or specific content or assignments. Volunteer opportunities are currently available at the following schools:

Englewood High School
Located at 3800 S Logan St, Englewood, CO
Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm
Subject: Algebra
                                                                     
Global Leadership Academy 
Located at 7480 North Broadway, Denver CO
Tuesday and Thursday, 3:00pm-4:00pm
Subjects include algebra, geometry, earth science and biology
*Boulder High School
Located at 1604 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO
Tuesday and Thursday, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Subjects include physical science, biology, algebra, geometry, and U.S. government


*Volunteers for this tutoring opportunity must also pay a $16 fee for the Boulder Valley School District background check

Englewood Student Support Center
Located at 730 W. Mansfield Ave, Englewood CO
Monday-Friday, 2:30pm-4:30pm
Subjects include math (algebra and geometry), social studies, English, 
and science