Help Us Create A More Equitable Health System

We've partnered with The Color of Care documentary from Executive Producer Oprah Winfrey -- streaming now on the Smithsonian Channel. Learn more below and find ways to get involved today.
Read More
  • 6 people are interested

GED Tutors Needed!

Save to Favorites

ORGANIZATION: YWCA National Capital Area

  • 6 people are interested

Help end the cycle of poverty in DC by joining the GED teaching team at the YWCA!

We are looking for competent, passionate, patient, and reliable volunteers to tutor adult learners to prepare for the GED exam subject areas; Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies.

Volunteers will receive orientation and must complete training.

Participating as a Volunteer Tutor at the YWCA is a wonderful way to expand your personal skill set while reconnecting in a deep and meaningful way with the DC community. Participating also offers the rewards of watching your efforts translate into measurable results for the adult student community. Through participation, you will become part of a positive systemic change in the larger DC community, as success in this YWCA program leads to greater opportunities for sustained economic and social stability for our students and ongoing generations of their families.


Join us as we change the landscape of DC, one personal success at a time.

3 More opportunities with YWCA National Capital Area

1 Review
Request failed
{{ opp.title }}
This is a Virtual Opportunity.
{{ opp.location }}
We'll work with your schedule
{{ opp.dateStr }}
{{ opp.timeStr }}

About YWCA National Capital Area


2303 14th Street NW, Suite 100, Washington DC, DC 20009, US

Mission Statement

The mission of the YWCA National Capital Area is to eliminate racism and empower women and their families with career education and training, health and wellness, and child and youth development programs that foster independence, economic stability, and overall well-being. Our vision is a community that reaches out to those in need, provides opportunities, cultivates healthy lifestyles, challenges social stereotypes, and values diversity and equality.


Founded in 1905, YWCA National Capital Area dismantles barriers faced by women, girls, and people of color as they work to develop and sustain healthy lives. Women and girls come to us in times of transition for job training and career counseling. They come for mission-based skill-building programs for their families. They come in times of crisis as survivors of rape or domestic violence.


Education & Literacy
Education & Literacy, Employment, Women


Mon Apr 11, 2022 - Thu Jun 30, 2022
09:00 AM - 08:00 PM


2303 14th Street, NWSuite #100Washington, DC 20009



  • Literacy / Reading
  • Adult Education
  • Math / Science Instruction
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Reading / Writing


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Once a week
  • Proficient in subject; patient; flexible, organized; creative; excellent communication skills.

Report this opportunity