Are you a retired teacher? Or pursuing a teaching degree? Do you want to help children and families struggling to home school due to COVID-19?
If you answered "yes", to any of those questions, then we urge you to consider applying to be part of our Virtual Tutor Brigade.
We are looking for qualified teachers, or people with extensive teaching experience, to help us help struggling home school families with tutoring.
Here's how it works:
Tutors will be expected to come to the library for their tutoring sessions. We have sanitized, socially-distanced laptop stations with headsets that you will use to tutor youngsters on Zoom. Your tutoring session will be up to 2 hours. You can volunteer for any number of days per week.
You should be familiar with Zoom, having teaching experience, and be willing to come to the library for your designated shift.
If you are interested, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
For information, please send Isabella an email at the same address.
About Delray Beach Public Library Association, Inc.
100 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444, US
To foster the love of reading, to encourage lifelong learning and to provide a comprehensive range of library materials, programs and services for adults, teens and children. We offer our patrons extensive book and media collections including audio books, large print books, foreign language materials, videos, book sale bargains, an extensive Florida collection, access to electronic information and access to the Internet, meeting rooms, art exhibits, concerts, volunteer opportunities, a wide range of programming for all ages, quiet study areas, a coffee shop and community outreach programming.
TAB@DBPL Community Service Teen Advisory Board Volunteer Service
Volunteer service at The Teen Advisory Board at Delray Beach Public Library (TAB@DBPL) is geared towards creating a community of teens that have a positive impact on the library services for teens and young adults. We are looking for teens that see creating a long term partnership with the library as a positive element in their lives. We hope that our teens today will become strong library activists and supporters in the future.
Community service teaches the skills of civil participation and develops an ethic of service and civic responsibility. Community Service is defined as: The process of learning and developing as a productive member of society through active participation in service that meets the needs of our community.
Members must have a current Teen Volunteer Application with Model Release AND the signed Statement of Commitment on page 7 of the By-Laws, signed by the member and a parent or guardian. TAB @ DBPL membership is open to students in grades 6 through 12.
Download the Teen Volunteer Application (.pdf) by clicking HERE Download the TAB&DBPL Bylaws (.pdf) by clicking HERE Download Community Service Explained by clicking HERE
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
100 West Atlantic AvenueDelray Beach, FL33444
August 18, 2020
Literacy / Reading
Math / Science Instruction
Reading / Writing
Must be at least 18
A minimum of 2 hours per week.
Teaching experience, or enrolled in a teacher education program, and resume required.