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Tim Bosque Enjoys Giving Back to His Community

· Sports,Football,Mathematics Teacher,Education,Teaching

Community service is one of the most valuable types of actions a person can perform in their life. Tim Bosque understands the importance of community service, especially in the context of his faith. That’s why he aims to give back to his home communities whenever he possibly can. Bosque dedicated his professional career to community service – he was a math teacher and football coach for various schools for over 26 years.

Bosque taught at Tamalpais High School, San Rafael High School, Point Loma High School, and Terra Linda High School in California from 1986 to 2011. In addition, he taught at New Heights Academy in New York City from 2012 to 2018. During his time at these schools, Bosque developed tutoring programs to help struggling students, worked closely with the English Language Development program to help students who were new to the United States, and participated in curriculum development programming to help make math more understandable to all students.

In addition to helping students understand mathematics, Bosque served as a youth group leader for St. Isabella Parish from 1986 to 2008. He helped provide a safe and enriching environment for young people in his community to practice their faith and build relationships. Currently, Bosque lives in New York City and works with the homeless population.

Bosque works in homeless shelters to provide safe places for the homeless in New York to sleep and live while they get back on their feet. He provides ministry work on their behalf and also works as a soup kitchen to provide hot meals every Sunday. Tim Bosque is the head chef at his soup kitchen, and serves over 1,600 people each week.