21 people are interested
Share your love of education: Become a Literacy Tutor!
ORGANIZATION: Literacy Volunteers of Wayne County, Inc.
Please visit the new page to apply.
21 people are interested
***We are currently allowing Volunteers to Tutor via remote/virtual platforms. As services in the county open, Learners will need to be interacted with in public locations following all appropriate social distancing and safety precautions.***
As a tutor, you will help our learners improve their ability to speak, read, and write. All of our learners are adults who are striving to develop their literacy skills. You can provide tangible benefits to Wayne County by helping our learners get their driver license, get their High School Equivalency, gain citizenship, or even gain employment!
For some learners, math will be a component of their tutoring. Often, our learners are starting developing their most basic math skills, such as addition, subtraction, fractions, and decimals. We can even help you brush up on topics before you begin teaching your learner.
Tutors do not need to have prior experience as an educator. We will provide the training necessary to become an effective tutor. We want volunteers from all walks of life; our students are diverse, so we want our tutors to be diverse too!
Most tutors work one-on-one with a learner. This allows lessons to focus on the learner’s needs and goals. Tutoring occurs in convenient public locations, such as libraries. We match learners and tutors based on availability and town of residence.
New Tutor Orientation is required for this opportunity, which involves online educational sessions and a face-to-face intake meeting.
Staff at Literacy Volunteers of Wayne County and be reached in several ways:
Phone: (315) 946-5333
Facebook page: facebook.com/LVWayne/
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About Literacy Volunteers of Wayne County, Inc.
12 Canal St, Lyons, NY 14489, US
We change lives through literacy! We do this through a variety of activities that provide opportunities for adults to learn, encourage reading in the community, and help children succeed in school.
With support from New York State, United Way, and other community funding, Literacy Volunteers provides free educational services to adults who reside in the Wayne County area. Some of the many services provided include: English as a Second Language, TASC Preparation, Basic English Language Education, Digital Literacy, and a Free Bookshop. These services rely on dedicated and caring volunteers, who are the backbone of our organization. Help us by volunteering today, and improving the quality of life for those who live in Wayne County!
12 Canal StLyonsLyons, NY 14489
May 2, 2022
- General Education
- Literacy / Reading
- Math / Science Instruction
- Adult Education
- Reading / Writing
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 2 hours a week for an average of 3-4 months per assignment. Amount of time invested per volunteer varies per participant.