Welcome to Pirate P.A.L.S.!
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Our mission to serve children of Greenville by being tutors, mentors, and reading buddies that educate, invest in and inspire future generations of leaders.
Our vision of this program is to increase the academic skills and performance of elementary students within Pitt County and the surrounding area.
Through community partnerships, we hope to address the educational issues and barriers faced by many low-income communities; we seek to give the support and guidance that could make a difference in a child’s life.
This volunteer opportunity provides opportunities for your development as well by connecting you with the Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement. There will be monthly meetings, workshops, and opportunities to meet with your peers and community partners to address the issue of education and support youth in our community on their educational and personal journey. Being a volunteer in this program is a semester-long commitment. We are building meaningful relationships with the youth in our community and it is important that you are present, committed, and passionate about serving our youth. If you would like to commit to making a difference in a child's life, you may apply here!
If you are unable to make the time commitment but would still like to be involved, you can be a mentor through Pirate Playtime. This is a student-led organization that goes to various after-school locations to play games and provides a safe place to play for children. We meet on Fridays to play with youth.
For More information contact:
Britt DeWitte, NC Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteer In Service To America), Program Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nichelle Shuck, Program Advisor, email@example.com
ECU Pirate P.A.L.S. is reading buddy, mentoring and tutoring program for elementary age youths across Pitt County.
Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement, 1612 Old Cafeteria Complex