SUPPORT OUR STUDENTS

Funding for the program comes from a range of supporters, including Brown Memorial. Eighty percent is raised through generous donations from individuals and foundations committed to advancing literacy and helping the children of Baltimore City succeed.

Consider volunteering to tutor. Tutors commit roughly 90 minutes a week during the public school year. Come visit us to experience the joy and magic that occurs daily.

Get Involved

For more information about becoming a volunteer tutor, making a donation or to learn about others ways to support the program, please contact Martha Socolar, Program Director, at (410) 523-1542, ext. 108, or email her at msocolar@browntutoring.org.

Our Leadership

The Brown Memorial Tutoring Program is a nonsectarian program overseen by a Commission (or Board).

commission

  • Anne Fallon Arnold
  • Sana Brooks
  • Diana Cohen
  • Karen Dates Dunmore
  • Rob Kasper
  • Coppie MacFarlane
  • Thorsten Moenig
  • Mary Obrecht (Chair)
  • Terri Smith
  • Viviane Thorpe

staff

Martha Socolar, Director

Amy Munds, Assistant Director

The Brown Memorial Tutoring Program, located in the heart of Bolton Hill in Baltimore City, is seeking a part time Development Director, ready to begin May 1, 2021, to support the fundraising goals of the program and an Assistant Director, ready to begin July 1, 2021, to assist the Director in all areas of program planning and leadership. Each position requires a person with a passion for children and education.  The Tutoring Program has been providing one-on-one structured literacy tutoring for elementary school children from Baltimore City Public Schools for over 50 years.  Please see the following job descriptions for qualifications and responsibilities.   To apply, please send resumes to Martha Socolar, Director, at msocolar@browntutoring.org.   

  • Assistant Director Job Description
    To assist the Director in all areas of program planning and leadership with the exception of supervising interns. ​The tutoring program corresponds with the school year, with planning, data analysis, program wrap-up, and tutor onboarding taking place in the summer months.
  • Development Director Job Description
    To support the fundraising goals of the program by compellingly communicating the work to multiple audiences to secure investment, maintaining complete and accurate fundraising lists, and prospecting and inspiring new donors to support the program.

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SUPPORT OUR STUDENTS

Funding for the program comes from a range of supporters, including Brown Memorial. Eighty percent is raised through generous donations from individuals and foundations committed to advancing literacy and helping the children of Baltimore City succeed.

Consider volunteering to tutor. Tutors commit roughly 90 minutes a week during the public school year. Come visit us to experience the joy and magic that occurs daily.

Get Involved

For more information about becoming a volunteer tutor, making a donation or to learn about others ways to support the program, please contact Martha Socolar, Program Director, at (410) 523-1542, ext.108, or email her at msocolar@browntutoring.org.

Our Leadership

The Brown Memorial Tutoring Program is a nonsectarian program overseen by a Commission (or Board).

commission

  • Sana Brooks
  • Amani Coker-Warren
  • Diana Cohen
  • Lisa Hoffberger
  • Andrew Jakubowski
  • Rob Kasper
  • Coppie MacFarlane
  • David Nyweide
  • Mary Obrecht (Chair)
  • Liz Pope
  • Terri Smith

staff

Martha Socolar, Director

Amy Munds, Assistant Director