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Help Rays of Hope with 15 volunteers for 1-4 hours for Rose Act Maths Tutor

Johannesburg, Gauteng

  • Rays of Hope

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  • 15 volunteer(s) still needed
  • 1-4 hours
  • Randburg
  • 21 May 2017
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  Volunteers (5)
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Our Need

Help Rays of Hope with 15 volunteers for 1-4 hours for Rose Act Maths Tutor

Need Background

Help rays of hope with 15 committed Volunteers tutoring Maths for 2 hours every Saturday in Alex at Central Johannesburg College you will be tutoring in government school terms grade 4 to grade 9.

Volunteers

Rendani volunteers I would like to help by tutoring maths and chemistry
4 day(s) ago

I would like to help by tutoring maths and chemistry


Rendani volunteers I would like to help by tutoring maths and chemistry
4 day(s) ago

I would like to help by tutoring maths and chemistry


Roy volunteers I was given the extreme privilege of a great education - I would like to give back. I can assist in any capacity possible.
10 day(s) ago

I was given the extreme privilege of a great education - I would like to give back. I can assist in any capacity possible.


Refiloe volunteers I an very skillful in teaching English and also artwork skills for learners at primary level
19 day(s) ago

I an very skillful in teaching English and also artwork skills for learners at primary level


Kirsten volunteers Maths, English, IT skills
2 month(s) ago

Maths, English, IT skills


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About this Cause

Rays of Hope

We help the vulnerable and disadvantaged in Alexandra by skills development and education


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