Help empower adult learners to obtain their GED (high school equivalency credential) so they can secure employment with opportunities for professional and financial growth.
Provide one-to-one or small group tutoring in any of the following areas, depending on your interests and experience.
- Language Arts Tutor: Help students master reading comprehension, basic grammar, paragraph writing, and vocabulary.
- Math Tutor: Teach and review basic math skills such as addition, subtraction, division, fractions, decimals, beginning algebra, and geometry.
- Science Tutor: Help students understand basic concepts from life science, earth and space science, physics, and chemistry.
- Social Studies Tutor: Tutor students in U.S. and world history, U.S. government, and geography.
- Technology Tutor: Teach basic computer skills (using a mouse, typing, navigating course software and websites, etc.) so students will feel confident taking the GED test on a computer.
- Life Skills Tutor: Teach students about topics like financial literacy, time management, or healthy ways to manage stress.
- Career Exploration Mentor: Share your knowledge of a specific career field.
More information available at http://bit.ly/2bsHGgz
- Adult Education
- Math / Science Instruction
- People Skills
- Reading / Writing
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Minimum one hour per week
- You must attend 12 hours of training, which costs $35. AIOIC may be able to reimburse you.