The NET Charter High School serves students who have struggled traditional high school settings. Students at The NET receive wrap around services on their journey to earn a high school diploma.
Service learning students will provide:
Academic Support: Loyola service learning students will tutor NET students in subjects as needed. Loyola students will work with our teachers and help reinforce classroom lessons. It is essential that service learning students interested in tutoring at The NET have patience and be willing to work in a non-traditional school environment. High need for Spanish speakers! We particularly need volunteer support for English Language Learners whose first language is Spanish.
College / Career Assistance: Are you a self-starter interested in learning more about the NET's innovative experiential learning & NExT Steps programs? Find out how you can help students in their post-secondary transition doing everything from mock interviews, to resume development, to career exploration and ACT Prep.
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- High school students (9th-12th)
- People with low literacy
- People who are homeless or in transitional housing situations
- People dealing with mental or physical illness
- Victims of crime or violence
- People who have been incarcerated
- Other staff members at our agency
Service learners must interview with necessary staff, attend Orientation, and pass a full Background check (including fingerprinting).
Service learners must be fully vaccinated from COVID-19 and comply with all COVID protocols set by the Net Charter School.
Students may serve during the following times:
Students may not serve during standardized testing periods and traditional school holidays.
Real World Learning Coordinator
Biking • 18 min
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