Educational Justice Activists

 

ABOUT

An EJ Activist is a high school student who is service-minded and who possesses exceptional academic abilities. EJ Activists strive to use their exceptional academic talents to enrich the community. An EJ Activist provides additional scholastic assistance to struggling middle school students whose families lack the financial resources to obtain such support. Academically-accomplished students who have a service-hours requirement often decide to put that time to use by becoming an EJ Activist. They are then able to use their academic expertise to make a significant difference in a younger student’s life by serving as his or her dedicated tutor and academic guide. View high schools represented.


BENEFITS

EJ— Recognition for membership in a prestigious honor society
EJ— Access to the EJ Activists online portal
EJ— Eligibility for college scholarships through Educational Justice
EJ— Eligibility for EJ letters of recommendation for service to the community
EJ— The opportunity to refine academic skills and knowledge acquired in school
EJ— A fun and meaningful way to complete volunteer hours
EJ— The opportunity to use your academic expertise to combat educational inequity.
EJ— Access to free ACT courses.

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The requirements and responsibilities involved in becoming an EJ Activist include

•    Possessing and maintaining an exceptional high school transcript;
•    Submitting a letter of recommendation;
•    Committing to tutor a younger peer throughout the school year;
•    Attending mandatory Activist training sessions;
•    Traveling to the tutoring site (a local library or school) on a weekly basis;
•    Demonstrating a high degree of reliability and punctuality;
•    Possessing a friendly, patient, and approachable demeanor;
•    Displaying a genuine interest in serving the community;
•    Completing an EJ Activists Membership Agreement;
•    Paying membership dues.Note that, along with the application, the following items must be submitted:
1) a current high school transcript;
2) a letter of recommendation;
3) a signed EJ Activists Membership Agreement.