Started in 2011, Whitman Teaches the Movement (WTTM) trains Whitman students to visit local K-12 classrooms to teach age-appropriate lessons about civil rights.

Sign up for your chance to volunteer for WTTM!

If you would like more information about the program, contact the current student project coordinators, Bryn Hines and Maddy Gold at wttm@whitman.edu.  They're happy to answer all your questions!

You can also reach out to:

Susan Prudente, Assistant Director for Community Engagement, prudensk@whitman.edu.

Apply by sending an email of interest to wttm@whitman.edu.

FAQs

What is the time commitment?
Volunteers must attend a couple hours of training in January and then teach for at least one hour in a local classroom.

How does transportation work?
WTTM organizes it. Volunteers walk to closer schools and drive to schools that are farther away.

What should I do if a conflict arises on my assigned day to teach?
Contact one of the Whitman Teaches the Movement interns immediately. If possible, find someone to switch/cover for you.

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