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Be a part of Kids at Heart today. 

Kids at Heart offers free tutoring and mentoring for low-income students in grades 1st-12th.  To support distance learning KAH transitioned from site-based tutoring to all virtual in 2020.  Join Kids at Heart today as a tutor or student with just a few simple steps! LEARN MORE ♥

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For many students in our program, barriers to academic success come in the form of poverty and the struggle of learning English as a second language. KAH tutoring serves students grades 1st-12th. Your participation as a tutor will make a significant change in their lives. The personal attention that our students get from one-on-one tutoring will help them excel academically, graduate high school, and pursue a journey that will help them break free from the cycle of poverty. If you're ready to make an impact, please refer to the information below!

Eligibility Check:

  • Schedule introductory/interest meeting with Program Manager to confirm eligibility

  • Complete volunteer tutor application

  • Pass a background check

  • Attend Kids at Heart Orientation/Training

  • Commit 1 hour/week during the school year (September - June)

  • Have access to high-speed internet and a laptop

Kids at Heart provides FREE virtual tutoring and mentoring for low-income students in grades 1st-12th. Most of our students live below the poverty line and speak English as a second language. Traditionally, KAH tutoring was hosted at multiple sites in San Diego but currently, all tutoring is done virtually.

As part of the program, students will be assigned to a trained tutor who will spend weekly one-on-one time to assist them with any schoolwork and help them form successful study habits.


  1. Complete the Student Application (Below)

  2. Await follow-up communications from Program Manager

  3. Commit 1 hour/week during the school year

Kids at Heart ofrece tutoría y tutoría virtual GRATUITA para estudiantes de bajos ingresos en los grados 1 a 12. La mayoría de nuestros estudiantes viven por debajo del umbral de la pobreza y hablan inglés como segundo idioma. Tradicionalmente, la tutoría de KAH se alojaba en varios sitios en San Diego, pero actualmente, toda la tutoría se realiza virtualmente.


  1. Llena la solicitud de estudiante

  2. Esperar el correo electrónico del administrador del programa

  3. Comprometerse a 1 hora/semana durante el año escolar 

Como parte del programa, los estudiantes serán asignados a un tutor capacitado que dedicará tiempo semanal individual para ayudarlos con cualquier trabajo escolar y ayudarlos a formar hábitos de estudio exitosos.

Program Contact Information

Tutor Resources

Phone: (619) 234-4504
Office Hours: Mon-Thu, 8am - 4pm

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