HomeworkHub is a youth-led, non-profit organization dedicated to providing free, accessible, and quality educational resources to all students and families in need. Over the past two years, the HomeworkHub community has grown to over 3000 members across the world including tutors and students from Canada, the US, China, Kenya, India, Philippines, and Indonesia!
Through our FREE tutoring program, we provide Elementary school students with the one-on-one academic support they lack in order to lessen the stress of learning. Through our FREE seminars, workshops, and panels, we provide high school and university students with the information and guidance they need to achieve their academic goals. Additionally, we provide community service hours to our volunteer tutors, all from the comfort and safety of your own homes! HomeworkHub is dedicated to providing academic assistance to all students and their families in need.
Why Choose Us?
We believe that everyone should have access to quality educational resources. Financing your student's educational journey shouldn't be something you need to worry about! For our tutoring program, we only ask for a non-mandatory $10 donation from regular students while remaining completely FREE for students in need.
Our high school and university tutors have all been where your child is today! Our application, interview and training process ensures only the best for your child.
All of our sessions will be held online over Google Meet to ensure our tutors and student's safeties during this pandemic. That way, your student can stay safe while learning!
If English isn't your child's first language, just select the ESL option when registering. We'll select a tutor from our many talented multilingual volunteers just for them!
At HomeworkHub, we offer students the ability to sign up for up to 3 different subjects at a time. This enables students to receive all the help they may need without subject limit restrictions.
Here's How We Work...
We are tutoring
Grades 1 - 8
Each session is
A subject is tutored for
You can sign up for
3 subjects at a time
Ho Ho HomeworkHub
This Holiday Season, Homeworkhub is supporting local charities to provide students in KW with backpacks, school supplies, and educational gifts. We're inviting you to our packing party: come together with the community and help package and distribute the gifts to the needy! Meals will be provided, as well as volunteer hours, more details on registration form below!
HomeworkHub at Tedx Columbia Lake Youth
Our founder Paris Cai, had the amazing opportunity to speak about HomeworkHub through her Ted Talk "From Classroom to Cataylst" at the Tedx Columbia Lake Youth 2023 event! We're so proud of how far HomeworkHub has come, and will continue to inspire students to aim for the stars!
Let's Code: Python in 8 Weeks
HomeworkHub is happy to introduce Let's Code: Python in 8 Weeks, an engaging and interactive summer coding course taught by UW Computer Science students designed to introduce students in grades 4 to 8 to the fundamentals of Python programming. With the increasing importance of technology in our lives, learning to code has become a valuable skill for students of all ages. More details under Events dropdown on menu!
HomeworkHub 2-year anniversary
HomeworkHub celebrates its two year anniversary this February! We are so grateful for all of our team members, volunteers, and students who have supported us along this amazing journey. We hope to have many more years with you all.
Top Canadian Scholarships
Our guest panelists, 2022 Schulich Scholar Sarah Wilson from University of Waterloo's Computer Science program and 2023 Queen's Chancellor Scholar Sammi Wang from Queen's University's Commerce Program, will discuss their experience applying to and winning top scholarships in Canada!
Top Canadian Business Programs
Our guest panelists, Prem Mehta-Spooner from Queen's University's Commerce Program and Jane Huang from Western University's IVEY Business School will discuss their experience applying to and attending top business programs in Canada!
My Experience at the Wharton Business School
Our guest panelist, Marissa Sawicki, who is currently an MBA student at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton school of business joined us to discuss her experience applying to and attending one of the top business schools in the world!
UW and UofT Software Engineering Panel
Our guest panelists, Victor Wei from the University of Waterloo’s SE program and Andrey Kobyakov from the University of Toronto’s SE program joined us to discuss their experience applying to and attending university software engineering programs!
Intro to Finance
The intro to Finance lecture, also given to SHAD Canada students last summer, introduced the fundamentals of business and market competition which has been extensively studied in economics and business domains. Through a series of fun examples, engaging exercises and interesting discussions, students discovered the basics of competition within economic and business contexts while also having the opportunity to attend a lecture hosted by Laurier University professor of marketing Martin Qiu. A big THANK YOU to you Professor Qiu for your kindness and support!
Ho Ho HomeworkHub
Thanks to the help of our community partners and Rising Youth, HomeworkHub was able to donate over $2000 worth of Holiday Gifts to students in our community this Holiday Season for our inaugural "Ho Ho HomeworkHub" Holiday Fundraiser!
Back to School with Backpacks Fundraiser
For HomeworkHub Tutoring's "Back to School with Backpacks" fundraiser, we raised over 250 backpacks with school supplies so our community's students to can be school-ready for the Back to School season. We couldn't have done this without the support of our community partners over at Rising Youth and all the help from our wonderful Students and Volunteers!
Let's Code Intro Session
Compass Codes is a 2-month long, FREE introductory coding program hosted in partnership with Compass Tutoring. This program, brought to you by our very best computer science tutors Charles Zhang and Feng Zhang, will host fun, engaging, and hands-on lessons to teach students grade 5 to 10 the basics of computer science, web-development, and user-friendly and dynamic web-applications.
Message from Waterloo Mayor Dave!
Laurier Volunteers Fair!
Compass RIDE for Refugee
Our Donors and Community Partners
Building Black Youth Foundation
Volunteer Action Centre
House of Friendship
COMPASS Refugee Centre
Reception House Waterloo Region
Healing of the 7 Generations
Mill-Courtland & Highland Stirling Community Groups
Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Center
Waterloo Chinese Canadian Association
Here's what our parents have to say:
My son is fascinated by the meetings with his HomeworkHub tutor. He is looking forward to them and after them he is always excited and continues to play the games they both played. When their last meeting was over, he was very disappointed and cried that they would not see each other again. It's great to see my child inspired to learn!
From start to finish HomeworkHub was great! Our tutor was friendly and patient with our son and she really took her time to help him with his math.
My son is an only child, so when school went to remote learning, he was struggling. He needed more one on one time, and this program gave it to him. He was happy to have a study buddy and someone to guide him through his school work. It was beneficial that he was brainstorming with another young student, because he felt more comfortable doing homework with a peer instead of an adult.
Our tutor went the extra mile to help my son on his Math. He sent out a link of Khan Academy for him to enrich the knowledge and practice what he learned. During the session, he patiently helped my son to understand the concept and sometimes spent extra time with him at the end of session.
Great experience, very helpful. Esther always helped with homework questions and when no homework, she played learning games with my child.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I sign up for more than one subject?
As of August 2023, we are now back to our regular 3 subject sign-up. Students can sign up for a maximum of three subjects instead of one! If you have any urgent needs or requests, please email us.
My 8 weeks are up. Can I sign up again?
Yes! You can sign up as many times as you want! Again, availability may vary.
My Tutor/Student is unresponsive, what do I
Please email us! We'll get in touch with the person and sort it out. If they are still unresponsive, we'll assign you to someone new!
I finished my sessions! What do I do now?
Congratulations! Log in your hours and we'll contact you when we have someone new for you!
I signed up for HomeworkHub but no one has
been in touch?
Please check your spam inbox! Our emails sometimes wind up in there. If you still haven’t heard from us, that may be because we don’t have anyone available for you at the moment. If you are in urgent need for a tutor, please send us an email and we will do our best to pair you ASAP.
I’m an adult looking to volunteer, can I register?
Thank you for your interest in volunteering! If you are in University, then you absolutely can so long as you provide a valid vulnerable sector police check. If you are an adult out of school, a check must still be provided and you will most likely be paired with an adult student.
I am tutoring/tutored with HomeworkHub, can I get a reference?
Absolutely! Current/past tutors with HomeworkHub can get references/letters of recommendations by emailing our references director. Information regarding your time at HomeworkHub will need to be provided in your email.
How do I complete the checkout process?
For regular students, HomeworkHub asks for a non-mandatory $10 donation to help maintain our services. Please make sure to follow the checkout link after submitting the registration questions to complete payment if you decide on making a donation.