Metro North ABE is teaching math but we still need fantastic adult tutors. Tutors will work in Google Meet Breakout rooms with students. Students are working towards their high school equivalency and come from diverse backgrounds.
Potential volunteers would need to be flexible, willing to work with a very diverse population, comfortable working in Google Meet online and have an awareness of and willingness to continue working on personal attitudes, implicit bias, unintended actions that potentially hurt people in perceived or racialized minorities, differently-abled, other religions or non-religious, political positions, ages diversity, LGBTQ people and groups.
Volunteer's math ability could vary, the teacher will match you to students working on a math level in which you are comfortable. Students are working on numeracy concepts up to basic algebra. Volunteers observe the teacher's lesson and then work with students in small groups to support learning.
06:45 PM to 08:00 PM
All tutoring session through Google Meet
NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
Metro North will inspire and challenge all learners to reach their full potential. In a safe and supportive environment, we will teach the skills needed to succeed as responsible citizens in our changing world.
Metro North Adult Basic Education is a well established program, known as a collaborative partner sharing resources and working to find new and innovative ways to meet the needs of our learners. We have been serving a diverse population of adult learners in the north metro communities of the Twin Cities, (Minneapolis and St Paul) for more than 30 years. Metro North ABE is one of the largest consortiums in the state and recognized as a leader in best practices in adult basic education.
We are comprised of 8 school districts, providing free classes to adults for learning English, basics in reading, writing and math skills, citizenship, preparation for college placement, GED preparation, diploma, basic computer skills, transitions to post-secondary, and work place readiness. Last year we provided services to over 2000 learners. About half are learning English in our ESL program, and the other half are in basic skills development, GED, and other classes.
Metro North's diversity is not only in its adult learners, its sites are unique in offering urban, suburban, rural and small town settings. Covering the northern part of the Twin Cities, the consortium includes these school districts: Anoka-Hennepin, Brooklyn Center, Centennial, Columbia Heights, Elk River, Fridley, Spring Lake Park and St. Francis.
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This opportunity has 1 shift
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.