Minnesota Math Corps

Service Areas

Service Activities

Help students be successful in school, Help students recover from learning interrupted by the pandemic

Age Groups

Kindergarten – 3rd Grade, 4th – 8th Grade

Service Terms Offered

one year, one semester

Time Commitment

full-time – 35-40 hours per week, part-time – 18-30 hours per week

Launches in

fall, january

Contact Information


Interested in replicating Math Corps in your state?
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Minnesota Math Corps

Achievement in early math is a great predictor of future academic and economic success. In fact, 90% of sixth graders who fail math will not graduate from high school.

Essential Qualification to participate in Minnesota Math Corps:

  • Strong interest in education, specifically in helping students develop their math skills.
  • Dedication to community service
  • Basic computer skills, including the ability to navigate online systems and email
  • 18 years of age or older (no upper age limit!) and have a high school diploma or GED
  • Citizen, national or lawful permanent resident of the United States
  • Ability to speak, read, and write English fluently

Top reasons that members like serving in Minnesota Math Corps:

  • See students’ faces light up when they finally “get it” and understand a math concept
  • Help students become confident in their math abilities and themselves
  • Gain experience working in an elementary school and/or junior high school setting
  • Have the chance to really make a difference in the life of a child

Math Corps is partially funded with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education. This does not necessarily represent the policy of or endorsement by the State of Minnesota.

Visit the Minnesota Math Corps website to apply.

How Minnesota Math Corps Creates Change

The Minnesota Math Corps program helps put students on track for college and career success and builds our state’s future by preparing students for careers that use STEM concepts.