Mentoring for Students with Special Needs

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Mentoring in Rural and Remote Communities 

Across Alberta, there are thousands of youths who need a mentor but don’t have access to one. This is often pronounced in rural and remote locations where they may not have the same access to educational resources as urban students do. 

Team Math Attack partnered with Alberta mentoring organizations to bridge the resource gap in rural mentoring. Our team will connect urban high schools’ top seniors with youth in remote areas to provide free online tutoring for STEM courses.  

There is one universal truth for all youth, anywhere—and that is that any young person can benefit from a mentoring relationship.

If you are looking for a mentor, sign up here or email us at

Math Resources for Students with Special Needs

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder. Recent scientific research suggests that individuals with ASD consistently demonstrated superior math skills.

Our team specializes in tutoring visual mathematics activities to support children with autism to develop logic and problem-solving skills. We are currently providing a customized mentorship program for students in Grade 1 to Grade 12 with a flexible schedule and location. If the parent is interested in our fun and interactive math program, please contact us.