Adult Literacy Tutor
Berkeley Public Library - Berkeley Public Library - Central
The City of Berkeley Health Officer has ordered all residents to shelter at home, leaving only to receive or provide essential services. All Libraries are closed.
Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adult literacy students, helping them improve their basic reading and writing skills, and achieve their learning goals. Volunteers gain valuable teaching experience, develop a powerful connection with another lifelong learner, and become part of a community of learning in Berkeley.
Please contact us for additional information and/or to register for upcoming training. 510.981.6299
Please join us...
Thursday, January 30, 6:45 - 8pm
See if Berkeley Reads is the "right fit" for you!
Pt. 1 - Saturday, February 1, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Getting ready and practical tips
Pt. 2 - Thursday, February 6, 6:45pm - 8:00pm
Presentations by tutors and learners
Tutor orientation and training will be in the
Berkeley READS office at the West Branch Library
(Please attend all training sessions)
Please RSVP 510.981.6299
Additional volunteer opportunities include:
Family Literacy Outreach Assistants - Conduct monthly/weekly storytimes at local preschools.
Basic Math tutor - Familiarity with basic math. Ability to teach basic math to students in a small group setting.
Health Literacy - Provide assistance in monthly workshops
Instructional Computer Lab tutor - Assist students in learning basic computer skills
About Berkeley Public Library - Berkeley Public Library - Central
2090 Kittredge St., Berkeley, CA 94704, US
The Berkeley Public Library supports the individual's right to know by providing free access to information and by developing collections and services which meet the diverse needs of our multicultural community.
The Berkely Public Library serves over 100,000 cardholders and provides a variety of traditional and nontraditional services and resources, including: children's programs, dynamic teen programs, innovative informational and referral services, literacy programs, internet access, a database of community organizations (the Berkeley Information Network), an extensive collection of art and music, and the Berkeley History Room.