PBHA’s Recent Immigrant Term-time Enrichment (RITE) pairs recently immigrated high school students with college-age tutors for academic, English language, and college preparation support.
To enroll in RITE, or to learn more about volunteering with the program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-Directors: Noah Wagner, Anthony Thai, Gillermo Gomez, Xavier Escobar, Shaan Desai
PBHA’s Recent Immigrant Term-time Enrichment (RITE) pairs recently immigrated high school students with college-age tutors for weekly homework help, English as a Second Language (ESL) practice, and standardized test preparation (MCAS, SAT, and TOEFL), as well as guidance and mentorship throughout the college application process. Through one-on-one tutoring, students are prepared to succeed academically and professionally alongside their peers.
RITE works with young people ages 15 to 21 who are enrolled in Boston area high schools. Participants meet each week on Saturday afternoons on the Harvard campus.
We have recently expanded to offer mentoring at Chelsea High School in Chelsea, MA.
If students are unable to meet at these times we will arrange for a tutor to mentor them at a mutually convenient time.
Volunteer with RITE
As a RITE volunteer, you will have the opportunity to (1) build relationships with and mentor recent immigrant and refugee high school students, both at Harvard and in communities in the Boston area; (2) actively engage in the broader development of the program; and (3) help build a community of tutors and mentors who care about recent immigrant/refugee issues!