Need Help? Call us at 604.765.4099. We believe in giving every student the best education possible. That is why we provide superior tutoring programs and tutoring services in Surrey and White Rock. Our Amazing tutors are available in person and online. Visit us in any of our seven community learning centers in North Surrey, South Surrey, Delta, Newton, Guildford, Fleetwood, Bear Creek, Green Timbers, Cloverdale and White Rock. We also provide volunteer opportunities and we are looking for community volunteers to help us organize and plan non-profit events for our community in Surrey. Our students strengthen their leadership skills by taking the lead in learning to organize events and teaching each other new development skills. Our LEAD programs include leadership, education, and development programs that are of substantial benefit to our community. Amazing Tutors develops proactive activities that deal with academic coaching, mentoring, self-esteem, relief of poverty, advancement of education, religion, charitable works and fundraising.
Our Amazing Tutors Children's Foundation is happy to have participated in this incredible fundraiser by helping Ride2Survive raise funds for cancer research. The purpose of this event is to help continue the fight against cancer, which requires an enormous amount of money.
Foundation: Youth Leadership Development Programs for Youth Calendar
At our Amazing Tutors Children's Foundation, our Programs for Youth instill in students a sense of bravery and resourcefulness by taking action for a better world. Our students strengthen their leadership capabilities by organizing events and teaching each other new development skills. Our LEAD programs include leadership, education, and development programs that substantially benefit our community. Amazing Tutors develops proactive events that address and develop a range of skills and abilities. These include: academic coaching, mentoring, self-esteem, relief of poverty, advancement of education, religion, charitable works and fundraising. Students test their limits as they push themselves to overcome obstacles and achieve new goals. Our students identify issues of importance, and take action on them to make an impact on their community through service and fundraising projects.
Amazing Tutors Children's Foundation believes in engaging in Programs for Youth that build character, increase self-esteem and, develop life skills. Social development plans provide both children and teens with positive peer interactions, opportunities to develop problem-solving skills and positive adult support. In turn, these help reduce the risk factors associated with juvenile offenders. Though not the complete solution to stopping negative behaviors, organized sports and development programs can contribute to their reduction by giving young people a positive identity, feelings of empowerment and by helping youth acquire leadership, teamwork, and self-governance skills under adult supervision.
A Kind Word from our Foundation
Here at our Amazing Tutors Children's Foundation, we support collaboration and partnerships among students, educational professionals, business leaders, and the community at large. We focus resources to ensure that all children have the opportunity to reach their highest potential in school, career, and in life. Amazing Tutors offers a wide range of exercises and extracurricular activity for our students and their families. The variety of Amazing Tutors' programming and opportunities gives students equal prospect to develop leadership skills that help them navigate their world with confidence. We seek to increase students' awareness about their world, by promoting cross-cultural understanding and educating them on issues that will stimulate them to take action to build a caring, giving community. We believe that developing, discovering, empowering, engaging, and challenging students represents the core values of the Amazing Tutors Children's Foundation. We are honored and humbled by the opportunity to work with our youths and their families.
Life-skills Training Workshops
Amazing Tutors' Programs for Youth aspires to build an international youth community committed to self-discovery and the implementation of incredible personal and community change they can implement. Our Youth Leadership Development Programs foster in youth the ambitious desire and capacity to affect positive change both in their local communities and in their own lives. Our program, supervised by Amazing Tutors staff and volunteers, consists of workshops and charitable activities which are designed to strengthen the positive role young people play as a community youth leaders. Students earn school service credits. We offer life-skills training workshops in the following areas: communication, community, co-operation, environmental sustainability, global awareness, leadership, and self-awareness. For more information about our monthly skills training workshops and volunteering programs, please contact us today.
Communication Skills Workshop in January
In this workshop, students and participants learn how to communicate effectively with one another. We help our students develop critical thinking, problem solving, simple conversation and conflict resolution skills. Our communication workshop focus on all forms of communication. We discuss verbal and non-verbal communication, body language and digital forms of communication. We will deliver "Sunshine Food Packages" to Vancouver to alleviate hunger.
Building Peace in a Caring Community Workshop in February
As part of the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week, students will participate in the Surrey Interfaith Pilgrimage, which is organized by the Surrey Interfaith Council. The purpose of the event is to bring people from diverse backgrounds and worldviews together to affirm our collective commitment to building peace and understanding in our community. We will deliver soup and bread to Vancouver DTES to alleviate hunger.
Leadership Development Workshop in March
In this Youth Leadership Conference and workshop, we focus on the nature of leadership, with the rewards and challenges associated with this role. By engaging students to take leadership roles in the community, we help them develop the skills to meet the challenges of building and sustaining caring, giving and supportive communities. We will help students develop and initiate an event together. We will deliver food resources to Option's Hyland House, a shelter in the heart of our Newton Community. As our Foundation offers opportunities to develop leadership skills to youth attending our programs, Safeway's leadership and contributions are an excellent example of people working together. For March 2017, we fundraised for W.E. Kinwig Elementary, an inner-city school. All proceeds will support their breakfast program, field trip operations, and their playground.
Spring It On! Spring Break Workshop March
Shifting to a place of trust and compassion with a smile is just the beginning. What started out with one woman and a few friends serving in the middle of a 2004 snowstorm has developed into hundreds of men, women, teens and children coming together to serve those struggling in our community. Incredible acts of kindness are carried out by their young adult teams trained to connect with teens and others who gather on the streets of our community. Daytime acts of kindness takes place when younger teams of school children or other groups help out in any way they can. We will help Night Shift Street Ministries' outreach team prepare and serve nutritious meals for under-resourced citizens. NightShift is a registered charity with a mission is to provide love unconditionally and to help others find hope and purpose.
Community Workshop in April
The Surrey Interfaith Council and the Amazing Tutor's Children's Foundation initiates an inaugural Celebration of Interfaith Legacy to honor Dr. Jagessar Das on April 28, 2016. We celebrate the decades of interfaith work the he has contributed to our community and the global interfaith movement. This session focuses on developing a stronger sense of the dynamics, decision-making and cohesion within a group. For April we are initiating our Spiritual Friendship Walk to build peace and understanding in our community during the Easter long weekend. Our youth will also learn about their own personal beliefs, while gaining an understanding about their peers. Games and activities will teach ideas of acceptance, compassion, generosity, inclusion, intercultural understanding and respect. This workshop focuses on breaking down perceived differences, and recognizing similarities among every person in the group. Through our diversity, we can achieve more together than we can alone!
Global Awareness and Ecological Sustainability Workshop in May
As part of the City of Surrey's 19th Annual Environmental Extravaganza Events, students will participate in the Surrey Earth Walk in May. This is organized by the Village Surrey Transition Initiative and the Surrey Blue Dot Movement. This is a day-long walk to celebrate the people, places and projects that make our community more sustainable. The purpose was to engage individuals, neighborhoods and organizations to take action and affirm our commitment to building sustainable communities. Our Global Awareness workshop creates new perspectives for our students. We discuss the state of the global world we live in. We use creative activities to teach our youth about natural resources, our relationship to the earth, civic responsibility and engagement, and ways in which we can become eco-friendlier.
Maximum Utilization of a Community's Effort Workshop in June
As part of the Amazing Tutors' Youth Development Leadership Program, students will participate in Ride2Survive's 50/50 Event to Beat Cancer. This is an annual fundraiser to help raise $25 000. On Friday June 10th, 11th and 12th, Kerry Kunzli, Constable Ken Usipiuk and Amarjit Dhadwar will go up the lift and spent 50 hours, 50 feet in the air on a skyjack platform to raise money with Ride2Survive for the Canadian Cancer Society, taking place at the Payal Business Center in Surrey. The event is designed by the Ride2Survive organization, which is devoted to generating donations for the Canadian Cancer Society to assist in cancer research. Ride2Survive is a non-profit, fully volunteer organization based here in British Columbia, which offers cycling events as its primary source of fundraising. After the event, we will help students develop and initiate an event together. We will deliver food resources to Option's Hyland House, a shelter in the heart of our Newton Community.
Personal Reflection and Self-Awareness Exploration Workshop in July
Our self-awareness session strives to illuminate participants about their own inner workings, thoughts, and beliefs. By developing a greater understanding of these constructions, participants learn to recognize and respect the value of their peers' fundamental perspectives and understandings of the world. We aspire to guide people through experiences that help them delve into the world within them and the world around them. Through games and reflective activities, the workshop will develop conversations about contexts, self-worth, ambitions and goal-attainment for each participant. In 2016, we raised funds to support the Friendship Boulevard Foundation's Summer Adventures Day Campfor children living in poverty in Whalley, Surrey, B.C. This year, we will participate at the Newton Days community event to develop teamwork skills.
Cooperation and Negotiation Workshop August
Every encounter with others is a negotiation --for attention, money, love, power, resources and security. The fundamental skills of cooperation and negotiation foster personal growth, creating effective and unified teams. Through a variety of group challenges and fun games, participants learn the many benefits of cooperation and negotiation, while developing stronger social ties to one another and a sense of focus.
We will attend the Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Center Association's (Frafca) Culture Night to build cooperation and negotiation skills by sharing a warm meal with them, creating dream catchers, participating in a youth engagement talent show, and partnering up with their youth group through negotiations. Participants will also learn the intricate skills of effective facilitation, meeting skills, conflict transformation, consensus decision making and mediation.
Introduction to the Royal Air Cadet Force September
In this workshop, students will gain confidence while learning how to improve their leadership skills. We will participate in the Royal Air Cadet's Commemorative Parade marking the 78th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain fought over the skies of England and the English Channel in the summer and early fall of 1940. They provide an opportunity to all students to develop powers of leadership by means of training to promote the qualities of responsibility, self reliance, resourcefulness, endurance and perseverance.
Introduction to Excellent Customer Service Workshop October
As part of our employment preparation, this interactive workshop addresses the fundamentals of excellent customer service. Learn about being a customer service provider in your community and how to encourage visitors to return. We will also participate in the Surrey Homelessness Action Week from October 9-15 by initiating our 5th Annual Clothing and Food Drive. We are also accepting pocket size toiletries such as toothpaste and basic hygiene products. This is an opportunity to serve our community members with excellence. The week's purpose is to raise public awareness on issues of homelessness and rally local solutions. We are a proud participant in Homeless Action Week, and support events and initiatives during the week and over the year. We support projects which help Surrey residents who are homeless, create awareness of homelessness, and engage citizens on solutions to homelessness. We will also help students develop and initiate an event together. We will deliver food resources to Option's Hyland House, a shelter in the heart of our Newton Community. As our Foundation offers opportunities to develop leadership skills to youth attending our programs, Safeway's leadership and contributions are an excellent example of people working together.
Employment Preparation Workshop November
In this workshop, students will gain valuable skills that will be beneficial in their job search. This interactive workshop will focus on skills assessment, resume/cover letter development, interview techniques and employment resources. We will also help students develop and initiate an event together. To develop excellent teamwork and customer service skills, we will deliver food resources to Lookout Emergency Society. They operate the Gateway, Parkway, Winter Boulevard Shelter and the Front Room Drop-In Center in the heart of the Whalley Community. As our Foundation offers opportunities to develop leadership skills to youth attending our programs, Lookout's leadership and contributions are an excellent example of people working together.
Christmas Holiday Workshop December
More than 2,000 pounds of food was collected in support of local nonprofits and charity programs during the Friendship Boulevard Foundation's Inaugural Christmas Day Breakfast and Pack the Vans Food Drive event in 2015.
This December, we will deliver food resources to NightShift Street Ministries, a registered charity. Here at Amazing Tutors Children's Foundation, we are gratified for the depth and breadth of community support. We also delivered another one hundred shelter food packs to Lookout Emergency Aid Society. We thank the Lookout Emergency Aid Society for providing us with a tour of their facilities and for giving us the opportunity to serve lunch to the guests of Surrey in the Front Room Drop-In Resource Center. Through our Youth Leadership Development Program, we have delivered over one thousand bag lunches to various shelters and charities in Vancouver and Surrey.
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