We are searching for volunteer tutors willing to work with a variety of clients seeking to improve their lives through improved education and work-related skills. Some of our clients are native English speakers but have limited education and wish to improve. Some are seeking help with GED studies, drivers' license test help, or preparation for secondary education.
Our English Language learners have extreme needs - from no English knowledge to wanting to practice conversation and learn American dialects and slang. We also provide tutors for the Region 9 ESL class that meets at our facility.
Many of our ESL students meet residency requirements and are ready to begin the Citizenship process. We provide tutors to help them navigate the exciting, and often complicated, aspects of American history and civics.
Another volunteer opportunity is preparing for the annual Book Fair. We have an on-site book donation and sorting room. The public is generous in providing books we sort, organize, and store for the spring Book Fair. We accept donations through out the year, then transport, arrange, and sell books at the off-site sale location.
Each November, we host a corporate Adult Spelling Bee. We need volunteers to help plan, organize, decorate, and work the event.
If your expertise is in management, finance, or fundraising, we are seeking individuals to serve on our Board of Directors or within various committees.
- Adult Education
- Math / Science Instruction
- Financial Literacy
- English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Varies depending on need