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HeartThrob 2020

12.20.2019

Heart is gearing up for its 6th Annual HeartThrob celebration, an annual event for young professional volunteers and their friends!

This year’s event is on February 7, 2020 from 8:00-11:00 PM, at Norfolk Hall at the Suffolk Punch.

Buy your tickets here!

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2019 NC Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference: Unpacking Mathematical Fluency

Last month, I had the opportunity to join Heart Program Director, Cydney Kramer and Program Manager, Emily Aleski, in attending the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference (NCCTM) in Greensboro, NC. We joined hundreds of other math teachers, facilitators, and researchers from across the state to explore this year’s topic of Mathematical Mindsets for All. We were inspired by and thankful for the opportunity to connect with other math educators, all grounded in a commitment to equitable math instruction for all students. … continue reading

Heart Tutoring Featured on WCCB for #GivingTuesday

12.09.2019

Heart Grants Manager and Program Coordinator Holly Rodden was invited to speak about our organization and #GivingTuesday on WCCB! Watch the interview above to learn more!… continue reading

Hear from a Heart Tutor!

11.18.2019

 

3-year Heart Tutor Shelby Baldwin sat down with us to share her experience and answer some common questions about volunteering with Heart! Watch the video above, read our FAQ page, or email us at volunteer@hearttutoring.org to learn all about being a Heart Tutor!… continue reading

Mint Hill Times feature: Heart Math Tutoring Needs You

10.15.2019


School is in session, and Heart Math Tutoring is gearing up for another great program year! This year, Heart Tutors will serve over 1,000 Charlotte Mecklenburg elementary students through 1 to 1 math support and mentoring. With just an hour or 30 minutes a week, community volunteers will impact the lives of elementary students across the county, including students at Lebanon Road Elementary. Continue reading herecontinue reading

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