Become an AHC volunteer and change a student’s life! By joining our team, you become part of a network of enthusiastic citizens helping our community’s youth succeed.
How You Can Help
AHC’s education programs help youth from kindergarten through 12th grade build the academic skills they need to succeed. Our 25-year-old program really works. 100% of our seniors graduate from high school, most go to college, and elementary students significantly improve reading and math skills.
If you are willing to devote just one hour a week to our future leaders, we can find the perfect place for you in our program, no matter what career or background you have. Together, we can continue to help motivated students thrive!
Three Ways to Volunteer
After-School: Work with elementary students to build literacy and math skills. Volunteers are particularly needed for homework help. Join us for one hour once a week between 4:00 and 6:00 pm.
Teen Tutoring: Foster both academic and life skills to help teens graduate from high school and maximize their potential. Tutors are paired with one student during the school year for one hour once a week between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm.
College and Career Readiness: Help our teens study for standardized tests, apply for financial aid and scholarships and write essays. Flexible volunteer scheduling.
- September 14 – Teen Tutoring Orientation, 6:00 to 7:30 pm at Gates of Ballston, 4108 4th Street, North, Arlington, VA. MAP
AHC’s After-School program starts on September 18 and the Teen Tutoring program begins the first week of October.
Fort Henry Community Center
2470 S. Lowell St., Arlington, VA. Map
Tuesday – Thursday, 7:00 to 8:00 pm
Gates of Ballston Rinker Community Center
4108 4th Street North, Arlington, VA. Map
Harvey Hall Community Center
1710 S. Greenbrier St., Arlington, VA. Map
Virginia Gardens Community Center
1710 S. Taylor St., Arlington, VA. Map
Woodbury Park Community Center
2335 North 11th Street, Arlington, VA. Map
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