One "Virtual" World
Tutoring and Enrichment
We recognize that there have been many challenges with virtual learning towards the end of this academic year. Let us help you in the subjects needed.
We can tutor grades K through 12. High school course tutor availability will depend on the subject.
We will use Zoom as our virtual platform and we can work with your student using
school based resources including but not limited to IXL, SOL Pass, Dreambox etc.
Hours of Operation
Mon - Sat: 10 am – 6 pm
Phone Number: 703 -763 - 9719
Areas of Expertise
K-5, all subjects
6-8, math coursework (including Algebra 1 and Geometry)
9-12, math and science coursework (including Advancement Placement)
The Way Ahead
Peer to Peer Mentoring
Want to build a powerful STEAM CV?
Not sure which extracurricular STEAM activities and clubs you might be interested in or how to start one?
Want to learn more about potential STEAM careers like Medicine, Engineering and Research?
One World plans to hold bi-weekly webinars via zoom that will be open to the public (starting August)!
Each meeting will revolve around a unique topic related to STEAM in the school environment; students will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Links (for registration) to all meetings will be posted through various mediums, including our website and facebook page.
Speaker information for each webinar can be found below!
Past Webinars/New Peer Mentoring Sessions
Career Exploration: Healthcare (August 6th, 2020)
Moderators: Delaney Walts and Shan Lateef
Mariela Tellez (R.N.)
Registered Nurse, Sentara Hospital
Tara Lateef (M.D., MPH)
Associate Professor, George Washington School of Medicine
Sofia Ahmad (O.D.)
Doctor of Optometry,
Career Exploration: Engineering and Technology (August 20th, 2020)
Moderators: Sofia Quint and Shan Lateef
Career Exploration: Pharmacy and Psychiatry/Mental Health (September 10, 2020)
Moderators: Leena Sherdil and Paul David Quimby
Career Exploration: The Arts
Moderators: Delaney Walts and Mason Simms
Director of Dance, Charles J. Colgan for Fine and Performing Arts Program
Jamie Howes graduated from George Mason University with a BFA in Dance and K-12 Dance Education. At Mason, Jamie received numerous accolades including The Excellence in Academic Endeavors Award in 2011. Most recently, Mrs. Howes was a featured dancer at the Signature Theatre 2017 Season Opening Celebration and just completed production of a short film called "Breathe." In addition, Jamie recently choreographed for Signature Theatre's 2018 Season Celebration. Currently, Mrs. Howes is the director of dance and dance instructor, and studio manager at Charles J. Colgan Center for Fine and Performing Arts where she is the sponsor for various clubs, and provides personal training to professional dancers. In addition, Mrs. Howes gives master classes to studios and conventions nationwide.