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Harvard undergrads to tutor Belizean students

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused plenty of damage to world economies, and to families who have lost loved ones to the virus. However, in many instances, it has also caused communities to come together to assist those in need.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused plenty of damage to world economies, and to families who have lost loved ones to the virus. However, in many instances, it has also caused communities to come together to assist those in need. This is exactly what some undergraduate students from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the US are doing. They, along with one undergrad student from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, have started a tutoring service for secondary school students in Belize. This initiative is being organized by a small spa and skin care company in Belmopan called Sea Alms, and they will be covering the cost of the tutors. This service will begin as soon as possible and is scheduled to last until the end of May. The online session will be held once or twice a week, and the curriculum will be personalized to meet the students’ requirements. The goal is to ensure the students will be prepared for tertiary level education. Any fourth form or sixth form students that are interested can sign up at seaalms.com/learn. Questions can be emailed to hi@seaalms.com. Students will require a camera and microphone, internet access with upload and download speeds of at least 1.5 Mbps, and parental consent.

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