Children International’s 13 field agencies, located in 10 countries, offer tutoring in math and literacy skills.
Tutoring assistance helps kids learn basic skills, pass their current grade and feel more confident about the future.
Our reporting shows that after tutoring, CI’s kids had increased proficiency: 89 percent in mathematics and 91 percent in literacy.
As our kids mature and join the workforce, they’ll need computer skills to write resumes and find (and keep) good jobs.
Children International’s computer courses teach basic computer skills plus internet use and safety.
97 percent of children who completed a CI computer skills course saw increased proficiency in computer skills.
Computer training opens up a world of knowledge for kids.
Trained instructors teach kids computer basics while emphasizing online safety.
Each course is held in one of Children International’s 70+ community centers.
Computer skills give girls an advantage in job markets where gender inequality is still the norm.
CI’s computer skills courses help older teens enter the workforce educated
and empowered to break the cycle of poverty.