Tutor Corps

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Setting Students up for a Lifetime of Achievement

Students come to Guadalupe Center with the ability and aptitude to achieve. Tutor Corps opens the door to the educational opportunities they need to realize their full potential. It all starts in high school, setting students on a trajectory for success by preparing them for significant life transitions. For example, as they progress from high school student to college student and college student to young professional. Guadalupe Center is there for them, every step of the way.

During high school, tutors earn a wage for working with K-2 students in Guadalupe Center’s After-school Tutoring program. Additionally, they earn scholarship funds to pay for college later. Once they are in college, Tutor Corps provides guidance and support throughout these critical preparatory years, including from their own volunteer mentor. Tutor Corps offers experiences and opportunities that make completing both high school and college attainable.

Our Impact in 2024


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Tutor Corp Spotlight

Discover the Power of Mentoring & Sign Up Today

As Guadalupe Center’s Tutor Corp program continues to grow, we need more dedicate mentors who are ready to make a lasting difference in the lives of our students. As mentor, you’ll work one-on-one with a high school student to share your life experiences and help guide them as they embark on their journey to college and career. Your small time commitment, will help make big dreams come true. Learn more about the rewarding opportunity to serve as mentor and sign up today to start making a lasting impact!

Why Invest in Guadalupe Center’s Tutor Corps Program?

Whether you want to contribute as a volunteer mentor or fund a scholarship for students in need, Tutor Corps is an excellent way to lift families out of poverty and help a young person realize their dreams. For many that means supporting family in Immokalee or returning to their hometown to serve in health care, education and other professional fields. With more than 222 graduates – and counting – Tutor Corps is breaking the cycle of poverty in Immokalee.