Support students completing the GED and the High School 21+ (HS 21+) program. HS 21+ allows colleges to grant high school diplomas to individuals that are 21 years or older. Goodwill helps students choose and enroll in a HS 21+ program that is the best match for them personally and academically. Goodwill provides individualized support to each HS 21+ student. The support may include:
Obtaining and reviewing high school transcript
Identifying work/life experiences (prior learning) that may qualify for high school credit
Matching students with HS 21+ programs that match students educational and personal needs
Assisting with scholarship and financial aid applications
Managing credits toward a high school diploma
Position Description: HS 21+ is a new program with huge potential. Goodwill is looking for qualified tutors to help HS 21+ students work towards their diploma. Tutors will be matched with a student, or small group of students, and will meet on a consistent basis. Tutors will support students by offering academic support, as well as helping to navigate portions of the HS 21+ process.
Review checklists (provided by supervisor) with each student to ensure all prior learning experience has been identified. Prior learning experience will be documented by the student, typically by writing a paper, to demonstrate competency in a given subject area. Tutors will support students throughout the writing process.
Preparatory work before tutoring sessions: identify current lessons from Center Manager and/or GED Instructor and create examples/activities (role playing, practice exercises, reading materials, etc.) based on the given lesson plan.
Provide guidance and academic support (math, writing, etc.) to individuals working towards their high school diploma.
Reports To: Center Manager and GED Instructor, varies by location.
Essential Qualifications and Competencies:
Strong academic skills in one or more of the following: math, writing