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Community Workshop Facilitator

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LIU12 Franklin County Literacy Council

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.

NOTICE: Thank you for considering a volunteer opportunity with the LIU12 Franklin County Literacy Council (FCLC). FCLC funding has been drastically cut at the state level. Until we know for certain if our program will be able to continue, we have decided to put a temporary hold on all incoming volunteers. Please check back with us after the holiday season. We hope to work with you in the future!

Our goal is to help not only our clients, but the Franklin County Community as a whole. People who would like to get involved in instructing short term community projects. Some examples of community workshops/seminar/classes might include:

  • teaching monthly basic computer and internet skills
  • financial literacy courses
  • assisting with English language conversation groups


Facilitators would need a H.S. diploma and a working knowledge of the subject they are seeking to instructor/ assist with. AS we work within and for the needs of our community, Workshop Facilitators may be called upon to direct their activities in a virtual format. Training and support are available and ongoing!

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About LIU12 Franklin County Literacy Council

Location:

101 East King Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201, US

Mission Statement

The mission of the LIU12 Franklin County Literacy Council (FCLC) is to aid low literate adults in the development of basic reading, math and English language skills. We believe that lifting others through literacy benefits everyone! One in five of Franklin County residents can't read above an eighth grade level. Many also are learning English as a new language. This means that about 20% of our local population find it difficult to fill out a job application, help their children with homework, or read the directions on a medicine bottle. Low literacy levels place our region at greater risk for poverty, domestic abuse, poor health, and crime. By raising the literacy levels of adults, they will have greater opportunities for sustainable employment and higher educational and training options. Crime, recidivism, and poverty will be reduced and health and personal satisfaction will increase.

Description

The LIU12 Franklin County Literacy Council is a non-profit 501(C)(3) under the direction of the Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 and is a community Program Partner of United Way of Franklin County. We have been serving Franklin County residents since 1985 by offering low literate adults the opportunity to increase their skills by providing tutoring groups and one on one pairs at no cost. Groups and pairs are instructed by well trained volunteers who have a passion for helping others reach their individual goals.
In addition to our services for enrolled students, we partner with other community organizations and companies to provide community seminars, workshops, and classes based on community needs we become aware of like: ESL Conversation workshops, Financial Literacy workshops, Tax Preparation Seminars, Google Applied Digital skills classes, and more. We also offer personalized on-site English language classes for local companies.

The staff and volunteers at FCLC are dedicated to lifting our communities through literacy. If you're interested in getting involved, contact us today!

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Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

101 East King StreetLower Level of the Coyle Free LibraryChambersburg, PA 17201

(39.93908,-77.66093)
 

SKILLS

  • Financial Literacy
  • English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
  • Adult Education
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Google Apps
  • Microsoft Office Suite

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Time commitment is determined by the workshop length and frequency. Individuals may share responsibilities with other qualified facilitators.
  • A high school diploma and working knowledge of subject being facilitated.

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