Mother Seton Academy is a tuition-free, independent Catholic Middle School located less than 3 miles from Loyola’s campus that serves over 70 boys and girls, grades 6 through 8, from urban, low-income families of all faiths and cultures. In addition to quality academics, students also participate in sports, clubs and community service, and find ways to express themselves through art and music.
Loyola volunteers are needed as Power Hour Homework Helpers and/or Fitness Buddies. Homework Helpers build mentoring relationships with Mother Seton students through weekly homework support.
Volunteers must commit to one afternoon per week, Mondays through Wednesdays, 3 PM – 5:30 PM, including transportation time, for a semester or entire year.
Loyola also supports Fitness Buddies, a weekly fitness program, every Friday from 3 PM - 5 PM on Loyola's campus. This interactive fitness club requires volunteers to commit their Friday afternoons to helping mentees exercise in a safe and controlled environment. The activities are very diverse and can include a variety of sports, games, and other team building activities. Fitness Buddies volunteers must be enthusiastic and ready to commit themselves once a week for one hour on Friday afternoons. Volunteers must commit to eight Fridays per semester (on average) for the entire academic year.
Service Times: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 3:00-5:30 PM (includes travel time) OR Fridays 3PM-5PM.
Loyola Student Service Coordinator
After School Program Director
2215 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218