We are Seeking Volunteer Tutors
27 people are interested
Philadelphia FIGHT’s Critical Path Learning Center seeks dedicated, dependable community volunteers who want to make a difference through serving as tutors in our adult and technology education program.
Volunteer tutors will assist adult learners as they work towards: improving their literacy and high school equivalency skills; increasing work readiness and occupational skills; preparing for college and/or employment and developing their overall technology skills.
Tutors must be able to attend and complete tutor training through the Office of Adult Education, volunteer orientation sessions, and other meetings and follow up training as deemed appropriate for the position.
- Attending all orientations and training both at FIGHT and with the Office of Adult Education.
- Creating lesson plans and educational approaches focused on literacy and math skills development and complete follow up tutor reports
- Conducting one-on-one or small group tutoring sessions with adults that help students build reading, writing, math, and overall learning skills
- Build a mentoring type relationship with the learner to enhance the learning experience
- Follow the appropriate processes and procedures for all tutor-related functions
- Complete and submit monthly learner progress reports to the Lead Instructor
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About PHILADELPHIA FIGHT
1233 LOCUST STREET 3rd FLOOR, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19107, US
Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers provide culturally competent comprehensive primary care, and state of the art HIV primary care to low income members of the community, along with research, consumer education, advocacy, social services and outreach to people living with HIV and those who are at high risk, including family members, communities with high rates of HIV, formerly incarcerated persons, and young people at risk; and access to the most advanced clinical research in HIV treatment and prevention.
A comprehensive health services organization providing primary care, consumer education, research, and advocacy for people living with HIV/AIDS and those at high risk.
We'll work with your schedule.
1233 Locust st3rd floorPhiladelphia, PA 19107
- Adult Education
- Basic Computer Skills
- Orientation or Training
- Tutoring Hours: Between the hours of 9 and 6pm and varies depending on the programs’ need and the tutors’ schedules. Tutors should be able to work a minimum of once per week for a 1-3 hour session
- Skills Required: Proficiency in basic literacy skills Proficiency in digital and computer skills Ability to work well with diverse groups Other Skills: Education/Special Education background a plus, but not required.