The purpose of this study was to investigate and examine the impacts a math tutoring program had on student tutors at an urban high school. The study was structured upon a mixed method design as both quantitative and qualitative data were gathered. Quantitative data were collected from tutors' math scores from state tests, math class grades, attendance records, and behavior incident reports. The tutors were matched to a similar sample group of students who did not participate in the math tutoring program for a group comparison. Independent samples t-tests were computed to conclude if math tutors significantly differed in academic and nonacademic outcomes when compared to a matched sample. Math tutors and the program advisor were interviewed to collect qualitative data regarding the impacts the math tutoring program had on tutors. Overall, it was concluded that the math tutoring program positively impacted tutors and that the program allowed the students to feel confident and able to make a difference in the lives of others.