New Member Orientation

By: Samuel Wu and Kacie Hu

    


On July 11th, GLIFY hosted the second online New Member Orientation with Samuel and Kacie as co-hosts. This orientation was made for new GLIFY members to learn more about GLIFY and how they can get involved. GLIFY officers and project leaders were present alongside more than 30 members. Members had the chance to ask questions about the different events and classes GLIFY has and learn more about volunteering with GLIFY. Overall, parents and members expressed positive feedback, with new members already signing up for future events. 
GLIFY is excited to be participating in the English Tutoring Project led by Elizabeth Cai. The English Tutoring Project, in partnership with Meaningful Teens, allows volunteers to tutor students from other countries who want to improve their English. Since the program first began, nine GLIFY volunteers have participated in five different Meaningful Teens projects. These projects include Project Yingwen, Project Cuenca, Project Diversidad, Project Change Maker, and Project Udaan. All programs have the same goal, which is to teach literacy and English language. GLIFY volunteers have virtually tutored students from China, Ecuador, India, and even refugees from around the world.   

Tutors meet with their student one on one every week for one hour. Currently, Project Udaan is occurring over Summer every Saturday at 9 AM. Meaningful Teens provides all materials and information needed to teach each student accordingly.  In total, GLIFY’s nine volunteers have collectively tutored for over 100 hours since the program started in November 2020.  

English Tutoring

By: Elizabeth Cai

    


English Tutoring

By: Elizabeth Cai

    


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GLIFY is excited to be participating in the English Tutoring Project led by Elizabeth Cai. The English Tutoring Project, in partnership with Meaningful Teens, allows volunteers to tutor students from other countries who want to improve their English. Since the program first began, nine GLIFY volunteers have participated in five different Meaningful Teens projects. These projects include Project Yingwen, Project Cuenca, Project Diversidad, Project Change Maker, and Project Udaan. All programs have the same goal, which is to teach literacy and English language. GLIFY volunteers have virtually tutored students from China, Ecuador, India, and even refugees from around the world.   

Tutors meet with their student one on one every week for one hour. Currently, Project Udaan is occurring over Summer every Saturday at 9 AM. Meaningful Teens provides all materials and information needed to teach each student accordingly.  In total, GLIFY’s nine volunteers have collectively tutored for over 100 hours since the program started in November 2020.