We are looking for volunteers who speak Spanish to tutor a small group of immigrants workers in computer literacy in Mountain View. The class is a fun learning environment where students have a chance to better their technology skills, allowing them to feel more confident navigating life in the U.S. Thousands of low-wage workers dream of a better future for their families. Help break the technological and skill barriers by expanding the reach of BSP's educational programs.
Building Skills Partnership (BSP) is a statewide non-profit collaboration between the Californian janitors' union, SEIU-USWW, community leaders, and responsible businesses to build a strong future for building service workers, their families, and communities by advancing skills, opportunities, and self-sufficiency.
Volunteer Skill Requirements:
- Working knowledge of computer systems, programs, and terms
- Patience, enthusiasm, and respect for other cultures
- Dependability and flexibility
- Intermediate Spanish
Location: 1010 Ruff Drive, San Jose, CA 95110
Benefits: As a volunteer at BSP you will aquire skills in teaching computer literacy, gain knowledge about the issues facing newcomer families, and learn about the social services and other resources available to immigrants and low-wage workers in the Bay Area. BSP is a registered 501(c)(3) and volunteer hours can count towards fulfilling a community service requirement.
If you are interested, please contact Ana at firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 755-0344.
- Adult Education
- Basic Computer Skills
- Teaching / Instruction
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Requirements & Commitment
- Orientation or Training