Adult Basic Education (ABE) & Digital Literacy (DL) Instructional Support

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ORGANIZATION: Literacy Source


The AmeriCorps member will work to increase learning opportunities for economically disadvantaged immigrant and refugee adults in our community. In addition to teaching small group classes, they will provide ongoing support to students, and volunteer classroom assistants and tutors.

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Manage a caseload of 10-20 students, conduct intake interviews and ongoing assessments to help students establish a learning plan.
  • Connect students with other learning opportunities and resources to help them achieve their ABE/GED/DL, and life, goals
  • Plan and teach classes incorporating ABE/GED and beginning DL skills
  • Help volunteers implement supported computer lab time for students to improve DL skills and access online learning opportunities
  • Recruit, curate training for and train volunteers to serve as ABE/GED or integrated DL tutors, to provide support to students to increase DL skills
  • Develop and implement supported computer lab time for students to access online opportunities and/or prepare for the GED
  • Run quarterly DL trainings (in-person and Zoom) for new students and volunteers and include 3 new and effective volunteer instruction practices

Desired Qualifications:
  • Literacy Source is working to become a fully inclusive, multicultural, anti-racist organization. Commitment to this work is essential.
  • A strong ethic of service and commitment to anti-poverty work
  • Demonstrated interest in working in adult education/digital literacy, and/or formal education in this field
  • Proficiency in English, ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
  • Excellent organizational abilities, project, and time management skills
  • Proficiency with Google Suite and MS office programs including Outlook & Teams
  • Willingness to maintain a strong work ethic in the face of challenges such as living within the means of the AmeriCorps living stipend
  • Experience managing volunteers, and/or working with homeless, diverse, or low-income populations
  • Willing to work two evenings and occasional weekends.

Rolling interviews start on May 1 st 2024, and continue until the position is filled.

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About Literacy Source


3200 NE 125th ST, Seattle, WA 98125, US

Mission Statement

Literacy Source partners with adults working to gain skills and education to create new opportunities for themselves, their families, and the community. We envision an inclusive and equitable society providing education and opportunities for all adults. We believe that all adults can improve their basic skills and that community volunteers, trained and supported by professional staff, can work with students to make this happen. We welcome the challenge of developing the habit of independent lifelong learning. The Literacy Source story unfolds each day at our center - and in homes, community centers, and workplaces around Seattle and the Puget Sound region - as adult learners work towards literacy, English language skills, citizenship, better jobs, and better lives. Our students range in age from 19 to 86, and speak 41 languages. 97% of our students are low-income and 96% are immigrants or refugees.


Literacy Source is a safe and community-centered environment, working to become a fully inclusive, multicultural, anti-racist organization. Commitment from our volunteers to this work is essential and we strongly encourage applications from people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, people with disabilities, members of the LBGTQ community and other underrepresented and historically marginalized groups.


Education & Literacy
Immigrants & Refugees
Community, Education & Literacy, Immigrants & Refugees


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3200 NE 125th StSeattle, WA 98125



  • Literacy / Reading
  • English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
  • Adult Education




  • Must be at least 18
  • 40 hours per week (1,700 total). Sept. 3rd, 2024– July 15th, 2025.
  • Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States and be able to pass NSCHC background checks.

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