To educate, provide free resources for, and assist underprivileged youth and their families in core education, college planning, and college applications.
That every student has accessible one-on-one help outside of their school
We're always looking for volunteers!
If you'd like to help and the perfect opportunity isn't listed - send us an email!
Our positions are designed to be flexible around full-time jobs and school.
Why do we do what we do?
more likely that students with lower incomes (over upper-income) to say that they are very or somewhat concerned about their children falling behind in school as a result of the pandemic
of low-income students are recieving instruction online only, the highest of any socio-economic group
of parents concerned about their children falling behind as a result of the pandemic
bisexual women are 64% less likely to graduate from high school than their completely heterosexual peers
in 2019, women accounted for 27% of workers in STEM-qualified industries
Who are we?
Pandemic Learning Tutors is a non-profit education service designed to bridge the widening achievement gap due to online learning. Our overarching goal is to help students in any way that we can. We are committed to making all of our services accessible and affordable for every student.
We're a LGBTQ+-run, woman-owned, neurodivergent-run non-profit organization based in Madison, Wisconsin. We were founded by student from Harvard determined to give back to their hometown in Madison and provide resources to students everywhere.
We pride ourselves on being successful students with diverse experience who want to help other students succeed by maximizing our use of technology in college planning and life tutoring in addition to core learning.