Virtual ELL Reading Tutors for Refugee Students
Coalition for Refugees from Burma
Passionate about education and refugee students? CRB is now recruiting volunteers to join our team of tutors!
Our Reading Program is looking for volunteer tutors for new immigrant and refugee students in a virtual, after-school program. The most important quality is to be compassionate and caring with youth. We can train volunteers to gain experience tutoring or teaching. For those who have teaching experience, we welcome you eagerly to join our team, with co-teaching opportunities.
- FLEXIBLE HOURS/NO TEACHING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: FREE TRAINING!
Work from home, in our online classroom. Here’s a brief description of some duties:
- Tutor elementary school-age students
- Co-host the classes
- Practice group leadership
- Computer and reliable Internet access (familiarity on Zoom helpful, but not required.)
- Good oral and written communication skills.
- Training Requirements - Attend CRB’s volunteer training.
- Available at least one day per week within the following time frames:
We encourage 3-6 month volunteer commitment.
Please send your resume or volunteer experience to the Reading Program Coordinator: Stefanie Pratt,
email@example.com, call or text (206) 665-5402
About Coalition for Refugees from Burma
1265 S. Main Street, Suite 309, Seattle, WA 98144, US
Coalition for Refugees from Burma (CRB) promotes the self-sufficiency of refugees and immigrants by helping them access services and educational opportunities, while preserving traditional customs.
Coalition for Refugees from Burma (CRB) promotes the self-sufficiency of all resettled refugees and immigrants by helping them access services and educational opportunities, while preserving traditional customs. CRB is committed to building community capacity, working towards educational equity, and increasing access to high quality education for all refugee families in the greater Puget Sound Region of Washington.
We believe that we must intentionally address community needs while incorporating community voices in the design and implementation of our programs. Based on a framework of social-justice, rather than social-service, and strengths rather than deficits, we aim to create a model of community driven systems change that engages all stakeholders (youth, families, communities, schools, service providers, government, etc.) in a coordinated manner to collectively dismantle inequities.