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Student/Tutor Coordinator - Adult ESL Literacy

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Diablo Valley Literacy Council

  • 1 person is interested

The student/tutor coordinator primary duties are: 1) Match and track students and tutors 2) Keep notes of and record begin and end dates of the match 3) As the sessions end or change, reassign students and tutors as necessary.

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About Diablo Valley Literacy Council


4000 Clayton Road, Concord, CA 94521, US

Mission Statement

"to teach English to non-English speaking adults"


BECOME a TUTOR - No teaching experience is necessary and English need not be your first language. You will help non-English speaking adults to learn the English language. Our organization will teach you how to be a tutor! We will train you, match you to a student and help you get started with your one-on-one tutoring. We ask that you commit one or two hours per week -- all meetings are arranged by you and your student at a time most convenient for both of you. Through your tutoring you may help an adult student to get a better job, apply for citizenship, read to their children....there are so many possibilities!

Diablo Valley Literacy Council holds two workshops per year at the Good Lutheran Shepherd Church on Clayton Road. The workshops are held the spring and fall and open enrollment year around.

A small registration fee will help cover the cost of the workshop and training materials.

Please come join us. You can change a life!

Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


4000 Clayton RoadConcord, CA 94521



  • Group Facilitation




  • Must be at least 18
  • Twice per year following each of the trainings and ongoing as the student/tutor sessions go forward.
  • Comfortable with people who have diverse backgrounds and languages.

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