Tag: Student volunteers
“Meducators” aim to help healthcare and other essential workers’ children with 1:1 online tutoring
Editor’s Note: Medical students (and many other Queen’s Faculty of Health Sciences students) are volunteering their time during the COVID-19 pandemic in a number of different capacities. This is in addition to continuing with course work responsibilities, as much of the UGME curriculum is now being delivered online. This post highlights one of these student-led volunteer initiatives.
By Angie Salomon and Kiera Liblik (Meds 2023)
To hardworking healthcare professionals, and all others providing essential services to our community during COVID-19: WE WANT TO HELP!
Queen’s “Meducators” are a group of Health Sciences students at Queen’s University who want to support the educational success of students of healthcare (and other essential) workers in our community through a free, one-on-one tutor program via on-line video conferencing. Our tutors can provide informal tutoring services for children of all ages and grades (K-12) across core subjects (math, science, English, French). The service may range from simply supporting the student virtually while they complete their homework, to creating full-on lesson plans to aid their learning. If this is of interest to you or your family, please submit a request using the following link: https://forms.gle/k3mdo6cLYZtULmYF6
If you are a Health Sciences student (Medicine, Nursing or Rehabilitation Therapy) who would like to volunteer as a tutor, please sign up here: https://forms.gle/Ly8d2xmXax47iGDM7
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Angie Salomon (email@example.com) or Kiera Liblik (firstname.lastname@example.org).