Eden Housing Private Tutoring Program

  • This program includes 10 hours of free, online private tutoring in any subject.
  • Students will be contacted by their tutor to schedule tutoring sessions.
  • Tutoring will be online via ZOOM!

**To remain in the program, the student has to attend online classes regularly, come to mentoring/tutoring prepared with school assignments, and be willing to try.**


Tutoring Program Participant Agreement

Eden Housing is pleased to partner with Bay Area Tutoring Association to offer Eden Housing residents no cost, one-on-one virtual tutoring sessions. The Tutoring Program is designed to help individuals achieve their desired academic goals. This program is provided on a first-come, first-serve basis and each participant and tutor will work together to accomplish the goals within the following guidelines:

As a program participant you agree to:

  1. Enroll in the program online and complete all required registration paperwork.
  2. Attend all tutoring sessions scheduled and provide at least 24 hours’ notice to the tutor should you need to cancel the session. If a program participant misses more than 2 sessions, they will no longer be eligible for the program.
  3. Come to each tutoring session on time, with the appropriate materials needed to engage with the tutor.
  4. Complete a pre-survey at the first tutoring session and a post-survey at the last tutoring session.
  5. Stay in contact with Resident Services Coordinator or After School Program Lead, particularly if any issues arise or you would like to terminate tutoring sessions.


  1. Eden Housing Resident, in Kindergarten to 8th grade.
  2. Enroll in the program online by the deadline.
  3. Must commit to attend tutoring sessions and honor the attendance policy.
  4. Must have access to a technological device and internet to access this service. If you do not have access to a device, please reach out to your Resident Services Coordinator or After School Program Lead for assistance.
  5. Must be willing to share report card and test grades for the subject the student is receiving assistance with.