Homework Assistance and Tutoring

Free with a donation – https://www.mad4yuinc.org/donate/

Assist underachieving students in 1st-12th grades and beyond in preparation for successful completion of core subjects through one-on-one homework help and tutoring sessions. To build a positive and supportive relationship that will engage and motivate students to work towards the improvement of ability and effort in academic subjects, attitude about school and academic achievement, and increased interest in pursuing higher education.  

Middle and High Schools – 6th – 12th grades and beyond!

Virtual/Digitized GoSchoolBox 

Monday – Sunday upon request            https://mad4yuinc.goschoolbox.com/

Demo Video Links: 

Tutor Walkthrough Video for Schools Tutor Walkthrough Video for Schools

Student Walkthrough Video for Schools Student Walkthrough Video for Schools

Knowledge Base Help Center

Peer-to-Peer tutoring program, Online Lesson Space Host tutoring sessions in-person or online! Free access to our virtual whiteboard, text editor, code editor & video chat, or integrate with your video-chat provider.

In-Person Weekend Sessions

Saturday Elementary School sessions 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sunday Middle School sessions 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

We tutor students in elementary, middle, high school, and beyond in subjects of math, science, English, social studies/world history, foreign languages, and more.

The acronym MAD4YU signifies the passion and unwavering commitment towards accomplishing that objective: MAD, and motivated enough to provide life enrichment services and programs – For You, utilizing ‘MAD-ly’ committed and talented volunteers as agents of change. Our volunteers are very qualified college students with numerous majors, high and middle school honor students, and professionals from various backgrounds.

Youth Tutors (under 18) are also welcome to volunteer and earn community service hours with parental consent.

  1. Advise students on study skills techniques to create independent learners.
  2. Communicate sensitivity, respect, and understanding of the needs of underachieving students.
  3. Establish and maintain a trusting and positive working relationship with the student.
  4. Support a significant local effort to prepare students for success in elementary, middle, high schools and beyond.
  5. Develop fun and rewarding relationships.
  6. Direct any questions or concerns to the Tutor Coordinator.

Contact Gail Crawford for more information, she can be reached at (804) 833-3281