27 people are interested
27 people are interested
Volunteers meet one-on-one with a student in grades 1st-5th for one hour per week for one school year. The goals are to foster an enjoyment of reading, and create a positive mentoring relationship. As a literacy tutor, you will develop rapport with the student and support their individual growth and engage with literacy activities and games. Tutors must be proficient in reading and writing. Most of the students come from families who speak English as a Second Language and are underperforming in reading tests at school.
Volunteers communicate to the Reading Together Coordinator your available hours and desired library location, and you will be paired with a student who has the same availability. This program allows for volunteers to see students' growth over the school year and communicate progress to parents and the Reading Together program.
Reading Together Locations: Merriam Park, Dayton's Bluff, Arlington Hills, Sunray, Rondo and Rice Street Libraries. Sign up today!
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Rice Street Branch Library1011 Rice StSt. Paul, MN 55117
September 18, 2021
- Literacy / Reading
- Youth Services
- People Skills
- Reading Comprehension
- Relationship Building
- Must be at least 16
- 1 hour a week