Dear refugees and people currently in need,
We understand that change is not easy. Entering a new country, surrounded by unknown languages, people, and culture poses a significant challenge to families struggling to adapt to their new environment. During this difficult time, HomeworkHub welcomes you in an innovative yet helpful way: we provide FREE, virtual, and one on one tutoring in the English language and all school subjects to students grade 1-8. No matter where you are, as long as you have access to a device connected to stable internet service, we would love to offer you our full range of free services, ranging from our tutoring programs to our intro lessons. (Please note all tutoring at this point is offered in English, however we do have well trained ELS tutors).
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I sign up for more than one subject?
Absolutely! You can sign up for a total of 3 subjects at a time, although tutor availability may vary from subject to subject.
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.