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GED tutor for Men's Rehabilitation Program

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Poverello House

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Responsible for teaching basic skills to adult students with varying academic levels while integrating GED skills, reading and math skills, social justice and community issues, and culture. Helps students meet the necessary goals and qualify to get a GED. Prepares students to take the GED exam.

Will work with the Men's Rehabilitation Program case manager to come up with a schedule.

The right candidate will have previous experience with teaching and the GED program.
Bilingual in Spanish is preferred.

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About Poverello House


412 F Street, Fresno, CA 93706, US

Mission Statement

Believing in the dignity of every person, at Poverello House, we work to enrich the lives and spirits of all who pass our way by stewarding the resources made available to us through Providential and community support.


Poverello House is a private, nonprofit, nondenominational organization that serves the hungry, the homeless, and the destitute of Fresno, California. Poverello House began officially in 1973.

From this location, the organization has grown tremendously. In 1992, a major expansion and renovation was completed, more than doubling the size of the building and broadening services. Poverello House now serves three meals a day, 365 days a year, to anyone in need, serves as a day shelter and safe haven for people on the streets; houses a 28-bed residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation program, a transitional home, Naomi's House shelter for single women, Community of Hope Men's Shelter, and The Village of Hope; distributes free clothing; provides recreation, mail service, transportation, and referral services.

Poverello House is able to serve the community primarily through the contributions of individuals, churches, businesses, and civic groups who donate their labor, money, or goods. We welcome inquiries about our organization, and are happy to speak to groups or conduct tours of the facility. For more information, please contact:

Poverello House

P.O. Box 12225

Fresno, CA 93777-2225

(559) 498-6988

"Poverello" is an Italian word that means "little poor man," a reference to St. Francis of Assisi, who gave away all his worldly possessions and dedicated his life to serving the poor.

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Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


412 F StreetFresno, CA 93706



  • Mathematics
  • Critical Thinking
  • Organization
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Verbal / Written Communication
  • Social Work


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Looking for a long term volunteer willing to commit to one day a week to work with up to 5 men in our rehabilitation program.

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