Catholic University students have the chance to volunteer with educational programs around DC on a weekly basis. Listed below are the opportunities.

  • Students posing with members of Girls in Action

    Girls in Action

    Girls in Action is a healthy living program for girls ages 7-13.This program works through Beacon House, a local nonprofit whose mission is to provide tutoring, mentoring, nutrition programs, and more to youth who live in and around the Edgewood Commons community.

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  • Catholic University student at a community partner site

    DC Reads

    The Catholic University of America collaborates with local elementary schools and non-profit organizations to organize tutorial programs focused on increasing the reading skills of the D.C. children.

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  • Catholic University Student tutoring child

    Beacon House

    A non-profit located in the Brookland neighborhood that provides one-on-one tutoring in reading and math.

    Beacon House
  • students at st.ann's

    St. Ann's Center for Children, Youth, and Families

    St. Ann's provides transitional housing and supportive services to at-risk children, youth and families in the Metropolitan Washington area who are affected by abuse, neglect, teen pregnancy and homelessness. The home has provided a refuge for needy women and children in the Washington, DC area since 1860.

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