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Welcome! We are a trusted community organization that works to lessen the number of students affected by educational inequities in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County area. We provide one-on-one academic assistance at no cost to those students in need of extra resources and support to ensure they have a fair and equal chance to succeed. We match students ranging from kindergarten through high school with one of our team members for individualized homework help, skill enrichment, or goal setting.

 

We require that all team members complete training provided through ViP and Wake Forest University's Office of Civic and Community Engagement. Our ViP tutors are a select team of mature, teacher-recommended, and trained high school students enrolled in advanced or college-level curriculum. All of our tutors are local so that they provide instruction as your students are being taught. They have attended many of the same schools and can often provide in-person sessions near you. Our team members are eager to help their student matches become more confident in their abilities over time. 

 Our summer registration is open now. To register your student, go here to access our current registration form.  Registration for the 2022-2023 school year will be opened in late July-early August. To know when that opens, please follow one of our social media pages. If you need our Hispanic Outreach Coordinator to assist you with registration, please email us at info@viptutoring.org with the subject  "Attention Ashley."

We have matched over 180 local families to a ViP tutor this past year for consistent, reliable instruction. We have over 7,000 hours invested in our community and that experience allows us to serve you better. Look for our community volunteer events where anyone, especially youth, is welcome to participate and experience varying ways to give back to Forsyth County! You can read more parent feedback and see images from our Instagram and Facebook pages HERE

Brothers

"I am only one; but I am still one. I cannot do everything, but still, I can do something. I will not refuse to do the something I can do."

~written by Edward Everett Hale
-quoted by Helen Keller
-published in A Year of Beautiful Thoughts‎ (1902) by Jeanie Ashley Bates Greenough