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Still remember your high school algebra and writing skills? We need volunteers who are comfortable tutoring ALL the following high school level academic topics: algebra & geometry, reading comprehension, essay composition, social studies, science, and civics. GED tutors are provided with training, lesson plans, and weekly support while they work one-on-one with adult students studying high school level work in order to obtain a GED. We have two types of weekly GED TUTORING sessions, and both are listed on the application form.
Choose as many sessions as you are available for, and you will be assigned just one, where you are most needed. You must attend your assigned session every week (no more than 2 absences) the entire semester. If we don’t have a spot for you right away, you’ll go on our Tutor Wait List and we’ll place you as soon as we have a student to match you with.
Apply online here: http://www.litnetwork.org/application-ged-tutoring/
701 Dane St, Madison, WI 53713, US
Literacy Network teaches reading, writing, communication, and computer skills to Dane County adults so they can achieve financial security, well-being and deeper engagement with their families and the community.
Literacy Network assists adults in Dane County who are low-income and who need help improving their literacy skills, whether they are immigrants/refugees learning English, adults reading/writing below a 5th grade level, or folks studying to pass their GED or high school equivalency exam. We offer free group classes and trained volunteer tutors at locations throughout the Madison area. Programs operate on a three semester schedule: spring, summer, and fall, and we recruit interns and tutors every semester.
We'll work with your schedule.
701 Dane StMadison, WI 53713
May 7, 2020