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5008 North Kedzie AvenueChicago, IL 60625


Hanul Family Alliance is looking for volunteers who can teach basic speaking, reading and writing for English language learners! Bring your energy and good will to Hanul to help support our community and improve the quality of life!

Recruiting Basic English Tutor

Job description and Responsibilities

0B7 Teach basic English (speaking, grammar, pronunciation, and/or writing) to non-Native English speaking students

0B7 Create creative learning sessions

0B7 Assign homework

0B7 Track students' progress

0B7 Attend professional development training once a year


0B7 Hanul Family Alliance
0B7 Chicago Office: 5008 N.Kedzie Ave. Chicago, IL 60625 or
0B7 Suburban Office: 1166 S. Elmburst Road, Mt. Prospect, IL 60056


0B7 High school diploma or GED

0B7 Intercultural communication skills

To Apply: Please contact MiJin Lee at volunteer@hanulusa.org or call (773) 478-8851 ext.106




To empower individuals and families in need to enhance their quality of life by providing assistance in all areas. HFA provides a comprehensive range of supportive social services in the following areas: Senior Welfare, Family Support, Legal and Immigration, Community Health, and Culture and Education.


Hanul Family Alliance was founded in 1987 as a Korean American Senior Center to meet the needs of primarily limited-English-speaking Korean elderly. Today, the agency annually serves over 7,000 individuals and families of all ages and ethnicities by providing a broad range of community services to meet the diverse needs of our community members. Our main office in Chicago, located in Albany Park, still serves as the comfort zone for our Korean seniors that reside in many different senior buildings in the north side of the city. Since the inception of our new mission and vision, it also serves as a resource center for a wide variety of ethnic populations in the neighborhood. Our suburban satellite office in Mt. Prospect was established in 1999 to meet the needs of changing immigrant populations with rapid suburbanization. Today, our suburban office in Mt. Prospect conveniently serves our clientele spread throughout the north and northwest suburbs.


  • Literacy / Reading
  • Adult Education
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
  • General Education
  • Tutoring

Good Match For

Kids Teens People 55+ Group

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