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Human Services Council - Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

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Vision: Clark College inspires learners to excel, transforms lives, and strengthens our increasingly diverse community.

Mission: Clark College, in service to the community, guides individuals to achieve their educational and professional goals.

History and Traditions: Founded in 1933, Clark College is the oldest institution of higher education in Southwest Washington. Founded as a private, two-year, junior college, Clark College received its first accreditation in 1937 and has been accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities since 1948. It was incorporated into the statewide community college system in 1967. Clark has developed a rich history and relationship with both its own community and the community around it. Many of its annual events, like its Jazz Fest and Sakura Festival, are traditions that go back years or even decades.

College Theme: Transformation - A college theme represents a common idea that the entire college, and the community that we serve, can gather around. Clark College’s Strategic Plan is founded on the core principle of the learning college: the work undertaken by each and every member of the college community shares the common outcome of student learning. In alignment with this, the college theme will be integrated across a broad sweep of college services.

Tutoring opportunities are available in-class, one-on-one, and in small group settings. In this position you will provide tutoring for literacy and English language students to improve basic reading, writing and math as well as English speaking skills. You will work with a very diverse population including adult students of all ages, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Qualifications for this position include the minimum age of 19 years old, good command of English, patient, flexible, and can take initiative, and prefer you can commit to 3-4 hours per week for a minimum of 10 weeks. Training is 1 hour online orientation module +6.5 hours in-person interactive training.

Interested in this opportunity? Please contact 360-696-8417 ext 106 / ynollette@clark.edu

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About Human Services Council - Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Location:

120 NE 136th AVE, Suite 215, Vancouver, WA 98684, US

Mission Statement

Volunteer Connections mission is to connect the wisdom, experience, and talents of volunteers with opportunities to enrich the quality of life for themselves and their communities

Description

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program supports over 100 non-profits and organizations in Clark County, Washington by interviewing, screening, and referring volunteers ages 55 and up.

***IMPORTANT NOTE: The RSVP program will be closing its doors March 31, 2020. After that date it will be important to contact these opportunities directly using the information at the bottom of the opportunity details as no one will be available at RSVP to make your referral. Thank you for your service to our community!

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1933 Fort Vancouver WayCCE202Vancouver, WA 98663

(45.63533,-122.65307)
 

SKILLS

  • English as a Secondary Language (ESL)

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 19
  • Orientation or Training

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