TUTORS AND MENTORS NEEDED!

Do you like working with kids, volunteering in your community and serving as a mentor? If so, MACC Lit is in need of tutors and mentors, just like you, on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 5:00-6:00p.m. Tutors work one-on-one providing literacy tutoring to K-5th grade students. Fall Semester 2019 begins Tuesday, October 1st - December 19th.

No experience is necessary. Training is provided.

MACC Lit walks with our neighbors and empowers families through education. We counter the world view that people are assigned worth based on their income, education, and status. In an effort to advance God's Kingdom, MACC Lit tells the story of justice and equality through genuine demonstration of God's love and the inherent truth that all people have equal value, purpose, and worth.

To learn more about tutoring and mentoring with MACC Lit, please contact Alyce Hartman at 313.732.9302 ext. 702 or alyce@mackave.com. Please visit our website at www.maccdevelopment.com.

ABOUT MACC LIT

Fall Semester 2019 begins Tuesday, October 1, 2019 - Thursday, December 19, 2019.

Our one-on-one reading program provides literacy tutoring for students for K-5th Grade. We offer 2 twelve-week semesters beginning in October and ending in April. MACC Lit meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-6p.m.

On Tuesdays, from 4-5p.m. students can get help with homework and participate in our Makerspace STEAM Lab (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). On Thursdays, students can get help with homework and participate in Shape Up with MACC; our health and fitness component focused on healthy eating and physical activity.

Nutritious meals are served to our students on both days and transportation is provided if needed.

MACC Lit walks with our neighbors and empowers families through education. We counter the world view that people are assigned worth based on their income, education, and status. In an effort to advance God's Kingdom, MACC Lit tells the story of justice and equality through genuine demonstration of God's love and the inherent truth that all people have equal value, purpose, and worth.