Project enVision is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the community. By creating relationships with students, schools, and local politicians, through different programs, we envision a community where learning is free and accessible.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone, especially those in lower income communities. To achieve our mission of building a connected community, Project enVision has prioritized the underserved communities through our tutor sessions and innovative STEM classes to ensure a targeted learning curriculum committed to their success.
Project enVision U.S. has been a leading non-profit since 2015.
Our mission is to build a connected community by facilitating learning, while targetting accessibility and bonding. Our volunteers are commited to this mission and strengthening our community, together.
Since March, Project enVision U.S. has actively been engaging with underprivileged communites and helping the transition from in-person to distanced learning. Project enVision: Learn and Tutoring have moved online, and schedules of these programs can be viewed on our programs section.
Project enVision U.S. was founded in 2015 and since then, has been providing volunteer and educational services to young people everywhere. Our programs and entities have positively impacted hundreds of kids and strengthened our community. These programs can be viewed on our programs section.
Let us help answer the most common questions you might have.
We recommend volunteers to be active for 3+ hours a week to keep up with and ensure the success of Project enVision programs. This number changes depending on your role as a volunteer.
Once you have applied to be a volunteer or tutor, one of the executive directors at Project enVision will read through your application and set up a meeting with you. In this call (hosted over Zoom/Slack), you will be asked questions about your application and your general interest in Project enVision. Once this call is over, we'll let you know decisions immediately!