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Join us in shaping a better generation through student-driven programs that develop responsibility and leadership.

For elementary school, middle school, high school and college-level students.

Our Mission

Youth4Youth is an accessible program that provides students with peer to peer guidance on the academic and social aspects of life. We aim to help students who are starting a new stage in their life, from middle school to college, making sure they feel prepared and confident for their next steps. To achieve this, we offer free online services such as one-on-one tutoring, webinars and interviews, counseling on courses and scheduling, and many more. All of these services are student-organized, because we believe that no one understands students better than their own peers. 

We aim to specifically help the Chinese-American student body. Aside from services that welcome and are offered to all (in English), we will also be providing most services in Mandarin, as well as offering perspectives from Chinese-American high school and college students.  

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Meet Our Founders

Our Volunteers

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Angel Hsu

Angel is a 9th grader at Middleton High School. She enjoys reading and doing math. Angel’s dream college is Duke University. She loves teaching her kids and loves playing piano. Angel is a state math contest winner. She volunteers as a teacher’s assistant at her Chinese school, and is excited to help the community and kids


Louis Lin

Louis Lin is a current senior at Abundant Life Christian School in Madison, Wisconsin. He diligently volunteers and enjoys interacting with his students. He is a member of the varsity basketball team at his school. He often volunteers at his church and school as well as teaching middle schoolers vocabulary online. In his free time you can find him with his headphones on, shooting hoops. He will be attending UW Madison in the fall 

Andy Wang

Andy is current a freshman at Middleton High School and  currently leading the group of 6 graders on vocabulary learning. 


Vicky Lin

Vicky Lin is a Junior attending Fairfield Ludlowe High School in Connecticut. She is a dedicated student who seeks to assist others in their educational journey by tutoring both in-person and online. Aside from her volunteer work, Vicky is also a member of her school’s Chamber Orchestra and enjoys reading in her free time.

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Sarah Li

Sarah Li is a rising junior at Middleton High School in Wisconsin. During her free time, Sarah loves spending time with her friends and family, volunteering in her community, and playing tennis. Sarah has tutored for the past two years and has most recently helped 7th graders in reading comprehension.

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Christine Liu

Christine is a Senior at Antioch Community High School in IL and was accepted into Stanford University. 

Casey Xin

Casey is currently a rising junior at Troy High School in Troy, MI. She teaches both the Grade 5 Reading group and the Grade 8 Vocabulary group. 

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Kevin Chen

Kevin is a rising Junior at McFarland High School. He plays varsity tennis and likes to read in his free time. He teaches the 4th grade vocabulary group.

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Alexender Chen

Alexander Chen is an incoming junior attending Enterprise High School in Redding, California. He is a member of the Varsity Football and Varsity Track team at school. He is involved with CSF (California Scholarship Federation), an organization dedicated to helping out the community. He also volunteers by teaching English to 6th graders online.

Michael Han

Michael is a rising sophorore in high school. He is currently 15 years old. He do multiple sports including ice skating, cross country, track and field.  On top of that, he is also a big fan of the show" Alexander Hamilton". 

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Jessica Tang

Jessica Tang or Jess is a rising junior at Central Bucks South High School in Warrington, Pennsylvania. Jess has volunteered to teach 4th and 5th graders to better their english language. Other than volunteering, she's an active member within her school clubs and loves to hang out with her best friend.

Join Our Cause

Your involvement is crucial to our cause at Youth4Youth. There are various ways you can support our initiatives, and each contribution you make plays a significant role in helping us achieve our goals. Discover how you can join us in making a difference.

Advocate for Change

At Youth4Youth, we rely on your dedication to Advocate for Change to drive tangible impact in communities. Without the active engagement of numerous individuals, our ability to create positive transformations would be limited.

Organize Events

Be a part of our mission by Organizing Events that raise awareness and funds for our projects. Your creativity and passion can help us reach more people and generate the resources needed to support our programs.

Educate Others

Empower others by sharing knowledge and resources through Education initiatives. By educating individuals about important social issues, you can inspire action and create a ripple effect of positive change in society.

What Students Say About Our Tutors
We are so grateful for the lessons you've given us, and we look forward to every class.
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