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Hope Network helps students succeed in math education

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Hope Network’s Michigan Education Corps Math Corps program started last year in Kentwood public school, and it’s been helping students succeed in a real, tangible way. The interventionists work with students one-on-one and give them the attention they need to understand the concepts.

The program uses evidence-based interventions to help kids be prepared for high school algebra.

Hope Network is currently hiring interventionists to work 3 days a week, January through June. You’ll gain training, coaching and experience in research-based strategies as well as professional skill-building & networks!

Is Math Corps Right for you?

  • Commit to a 5 month service term
  • Serve 450 hours in a part-time capacity
  • Serve daily in a school setting
  • Participate in professional training
  • Engage in your community

Find out more at https://hopenetwork.org/michigan-education-corps/


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