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Frontier College

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FRONTIER COLLEGE is a national charitable literacy organization, established in 1899 on the belief that literacy is a right. We work collaboratively with community-based agencies across Canada to provide targeted, innovative literacy and numeracy support where it’s needed most. Each year, over 31,000 children, youth, and adults participate in our programs in more than 160 communities throughout the country. Read more at www. f rontiercollege .ca

Your role

Volunteer as a learning partner in one of our community partner programs in the Lower Mainland. Choose to work one-on-one or in group settings (online or in-person) with kids, youth or young adults. Work directly with learners on their homework assignments, life skills, and other engaging, inclusive, and fun learning activities.

On average, tutors spend 2 hrs per week volunteering. Programs are located in Burnaby, Vancouver, New Westminster, and Surrey.

Frontier College relies on volunteers for continued success in everything we do. Each year, folks across Canada donate more than 50,000 hours to reading stories, tutoring, and learning together. See our local volunteers talk about their experiences with Frontier College in this video (https://youtu.be/ESGhh4LjisE)

Qualifications
  • An inclusive, respectful approach to working with learners that prioritizes the learner’s strengths and goals
  • A solution-oriented and flexible attitude, as every session can be different
  • No teaching or education experience is necessary - our volunteers come from many different backgrounds and experiences!

What you’ll receive
  • Gain experience working with communities in alternative learning settings, which can present unique challenges and rewards. You will not only build a relationship with program learners and fellow volunteers, but also with our community partners.
  • Receive training focused on student-centered individualized learning and anti-oppression, as well as ongoing support from staff, and engagement with your fellow tutors.
  • We may provide a reference after 6 months of volunteering, and you can also be added to our email list to receive updates on employment postings.


How to Apply

Apply now online:

https://www.frontiercollege.ca/Get-Involved/Volunteer/Volunteer-Inquiry-Form

Or contact us: vancouver@frontiercollege.ca

More opportunities with Frontier College

No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.

About Frontier College

Location:

1001 Cotton Dr., Coquitlam, British Columbia V5L 3T4, CA

Mission Statement

Frontier College is a national charitable literacy organization. We believe literacy is a right. We work with volunteers and community partners to give people the skills and confidence they need to reach their potential and contribute to society.

Description

FRONTIER COLLEGE is a national charitable literacy organization, established in 1899 on the belief that literacy is a right. We work collaboratively with community-based agencies across Canada to provide targeted, innovative literacy and numeracy support where it’s needed most. Each year, over 31,000 children, youth, and adults participate in our programs in more than 160 communities throughout the country. Read more at f rontiercollege .ca

Education & Literacy
Immigrants & Refugees

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1001 Cotton Dr.Vancouver, BC V5L 3T4Canada

(49.2755,-123.07118)
 

SKILLS

  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring
  • Literacy / Reading
  • Adult Education
  • Reading / Writing

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • 2-5 hours per week

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