On Wednesday, March 11th members of Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society (XAE), the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) and Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Incorporated (TKE) volunteered their time with the Page Turners Homework Helpers. The primary goal of Page Turners is to provide homeworkassistance to grade school children in the Hell's Kitchen community. Upon arriving at the Metro Baptist Church, NYIT students and staff member Vanderie Vielie met other volunteers from the Page Turners program and received a brief but thorough orientation. Shortly after the students came bouncing in to complete homework in a variety of subjects. HEOP student Kayla Kellman helped her tutee with a project focused on South Africa’s current president and main export of goods. HEOP student and TKE member Bryan Diaz had a great connection with his tutee who he said reminded him of himself at that age. After the homework was finished, HEOP student and XAE member Dorrant Anderson engaged in a lively game of chess with several eager students.
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