Bilingual (Spanish/English) Office Assistant Needed
BEACON for Adult Literacy, an award-winning literacy organization, is recruiting bilingual (English/Spanish) volunteers to assist with Spanish phone calls and admin support in the office. Call today at (703) 368-7491 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to hear more about this exciting and rewarding opportunity. You can also visit us on Facebook or www.beaconliteracy.org!
About BEACON for Adult Literacy
9535 Linton Hall Road, * please call before coming to office *, Bristow, VA 20136, US
Vision Literacy Volunteers Needed for Adult Students. Adult Education Works! BEACON for Adult Literacy, an award-winning literacy organization, is recruiting adult volunteers to become ESL teachers in the Manassas area. Volunteer are needed to provide small group instruction in English as a Second Language (ESOL). No second language or teaching experience is required. Free professional level training is provided. Standardized curriculums and textbooks are used. The curriculum is user friendly and makes teaching easy and fun! Learn more about becoming a trained literacy volunteer and being a part of our award-winning team to help make a difference in your community. Call today at (703) 368-7491 to hear more about this exciting and rewarding opportunity!
BEACON is a low-cost program for adults which offers literacy instruction in the areas of ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), Pre-GED preparation (high school equivalency), and citizenship preparation. Our students come from all over the world. Trained volunteers work with individuals and small groups at our partner sites throughout the Manassas area. If you or someone you know would benefit from our services, please call 703-368-7491. Si usted o alguien que conosca se puede benficiar de nuestros servicios, comuniquese al 703-331-5513.
9535 Linton Hall RoadBristow, VA 20136
- Office Management
- Administrative Support
- Driver's License Needed
- Orientation or Training
- We are flexible and will work with your schedule!