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teens create distance learning project to mentor elementary students

Teens Create Distance Learning Project to Mentor Elementary Students

After COVID-19 hit, Skye Loventhal and Sarah Shapiro realized elementary students needed mentors — teen mentors. They started a crisis relief project called Covid NineTEEN Project to deliver teen-led distance learning, activities, and tutoring to elementary students.

Covid NineTEEN Project currently has over 150 teen mentors, and one-on-one tutoring in 14 different languages, offered daily.

Watch the interview, Teen Entrepreneurs Find Pandemic Silver Lining: Create Distance Learning Project Covid NineTEEN, to learn more about these outstanding young entrepreneurs and how they’re helping kids around the world.

Teen Entrepreneurs Find Pandemic Silver Lining
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Access the full transcript of the interview along with additional information about the Covid NineTEEN Project.

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