Newton Reads, the adult literacy program of Newton County Community Partnership, seeks a volunteer to coordinate the work of our volunteer adult literacy tutors. If you are self-motivated, have great organizational and communication skills, are comfortable using computers, and are available up to 19 hours per week this might be the perfect fit for you! An hourly stipend is available through the National Council on Aging program for a retiree or senior citizen on limited income.
Responsibilities would include: -Managing student assessment, attendance, and progress information using spreadsheet software -Recruiting volunteer tutors through social media postings and in-person presentations -Managing volunteer tutors at least 4 hours per week in at least 2 locations in the Covington, GA area
Contact Newton County Community Partnership at 770.786.0807 or email@example.com.
Hands On Newton's Vision : Every Newton County citizen is able to participate in meaningful volunteer service according to each one’s talents and interests to build a better community. Hands On Newton's Mission : Hands On Newton engages and empowers people of all ages in volunteer service through partnerships with local organizations and visionaries.
Hands On Newton (HON) was established in 2007 as a program of the Newton County Family Connection (NCFC) to foster volunteer service and civic engagement that address issues resulting from Newton County’s sudden and rapid population growth. Our choice to use the Hands On model ensures effective volunteer management.
HON has diversified and expanded Newton County’s volunteer workforce through one-time and ongoing service projects and service to other nonprofits. Volunteers participate individually, with their families, or with a group; HON actively collaborates with other community organizations and for-profits to create large-scale or long-term projects such as community gardens.