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Weekly-Commitment Programs

Neighborhood Tutoring

Since 1997, this program has provided homework assistance and mentors for up to 20 neighborhood children weekly. It is a student-led service supervised by the Wesleyan Engaged Director. The program is held at Heritage United Methodist Church in the neighborhood adjacent to campus. It was founded by the University's Circle K International Club and is now maintained by volunteers through Wesleyan Engaged.


Marlins Read

Marlins Read is a student-led, one-on-one mentoring program aimed at helping elementary age students reach their literary proficiencies.  The program is hosted for an hour a week in the fall and spring semesters.  Established at Diamond Springs Elementary School in 2009, the award-winning program is now offered also at Bettie F. Williams, Shelton Park, and Bayside Elementary Schools.


Marlins Count

Marlins Count is a student-led, one-on-one mentoring program aimed at helping elementary age students reach their math literacy proficiencies. The program is hosted for an hour a week in the fall and spring semesters.  Established in 2013 at Newtown Elementary, the program is now also offered at B.F. Williams and Bayside Elementary.


Global Marlins

Global Marlins builds the skills and confidence of English Language Learners through one-on-one tutoring and caring connections. The program was established in 2012 at Newtown Elementary School.


Global Marlins

Future Marlins aims to positively impact the academic development of middle school students by first developing in them intellectual curiosity, a healthy self-image, confidence and character through regular, structured weekly gatherings that establish trustworthy relationships.