In Person & Remote.
UTSS works with school principals and teachers to understand their students’ academic needs and goals and matches qualified, passionate tutors to support those goals. UTSS supports grades K-12 and any subject area – from early literacy, middle school math, high school chemistry – and everything in between.
UTSS recruits tutors from local universities and adults community members committed to equitable public education.
UTSS provides over 1,000 hours of tutoring support each week. Research shows that consistent, 1-1 support increases academic progress, builds student confidence, especially in students furthest from educational justice.
UTSS is committed to employ tutors who represent the students they serve and provide equitable pay, relevant job experience and opportunities for professional networking for tutors pursuing education careers.
UTSS increases the density of caring, highly capable adults in public school classrooms to increase student achievement and support teacher effectiveness.
University Tutor began in 2012 as a professor’s vision to bring the academic talent of young adults into K-12 classrooms. For eight years, this vision has expanded and placed over 350 tutors in more than 30 schools focused on providing academic support to students furthest from educational justice.
Cassandra started with University Tutors for
Seattle Schools (UTSS) in 2016 and has served
as the Executive Director since September 2017.
Liz seeks to better prepare, support, and
empower educators in their work to provide
quality education to all students.
Ana joined UTSS’ administrative team in 2020 to provide critical support of our transition to on-line learning. She brings fantastic energy to our team as well as to the staff and students she supports.
Growing up in a family of educators, Amy is
passionate about UTSS’ mission in education
particularly in addressing the educational
History & Social Studies
Kyle is committed to improving the
effectiveness of classroom teachers and
increasing opportunities for students to receive
Budget and Finance Analyst
Anthony Drew is a Budget and Finance Analyst
at Seattle Public Schools. Previously, Anthony
worked as a school finance researcher with the
Founding Program Director
Marisa is the Founding Program Director of the
Seattle Teacher Residency program, a teacher
preparation program directly serving Seattle’s
Corey is an avid supporter of services/programs that level the playing field for all students accessing an equitable environment for learning.
Han comes to the board with extensive experience in banking and finance. He is currently the Senior Vice President at Harvest and also a managing partner at Pogoda Investments.
Tutor Board Representative
As the 2020-21 tutor board representative, Christal will bring her knowledge and experiences from the classroom to the boardroom
11 Partner Schools. 50+ Committed Tutors.
environments in a variety of subjects, fostering a secure learning base for children.
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