LOT 318 Partners With Teens Across Orange County

LOT 318 Partners With Teens Across Orange County

 

“One of the first events I attended in the community was a movie night. I was so impressed by the coming together of the families and the desire everyone had to be together,” says Savana Beal, co-founder of LOT 318, a non-profit tutoring organization in Orange County, on her website. LOT 318 is determined to bring teens and children closer through education. 

 

Recently, LOT 318 has been working to provide tutoring opportunities for middle and high schoolers across Orange County. According to LOT318.com, Letty Gail, LOT 318 co-founder, finds it incredibly important to build trust and relationships between teens and their communities. Through LOT 318, Letty strives to offer “new experiences to high school students like serving the homeless in Los Angeles, field trips, and other trust-building activities, and later (helping) them get involved in youth groups and retreats,” as she says on the LOT 318 website.

 

To sign up as a tutor, go to the LOT 318 website. Under “programs,” there is a tab called “Homework Club”. Under this tab is more information about tutoring and the signup sheets for the different sites.