Adult Literacy Tutor

Adult Literacy Tutor at The Literacy Group

Tutors Needed

Thank you for your interest in becoming a tutor for an adult learner.

Tutoring can be a very rewarding experience. It can give you the opportunity to make a real difference in a person’s life, and enrich your own. We will provide you with training, resources and ongoing support.

Adult Literacy Tutors help adult learners build basic reading, writing, math, computer skills and essential work skills through one-to-one or small-group instruction. Sessions can be in-person or online. To help you decide what kind of tutoring is right for you, have a look at our volunteer tutor job descriptions.    One-to-One TutorModular Group TutorSmall Group TutorVolunteer Classroom Assistant and Computer Tutor.

Training
All volunteer tutors will receive a minimum of 10 hours of online training and mentoring.  One-to-one tutors will receive an additional 1-day Laubach Certification workshop.

Please note, during this time when all in-person programming is closed, TLG will waive the $25 Laubach training fee. We appreciate tutors are tutoring from home using their internet and/or phone costs and sadly TLG cannot reimburse those costs. Due to this, we are temporarily waiving the Laubach training costs.

Time and commitment
Commitment and responsibility vary with each volunteer position.

Here are the steps you will take to become an Adult Literacy Tutor:

  1. Download and complete the TLG Volunteer Application Form.
  2. Send the form to Stuart Oakley, our Outreach Coordinator  The Literacy Group
  3. Attend an interview with two Program Coordinators.
  4. Complete the training.
  5. Be matched with your student and start.
  6. Mentoring and additional training will be provided along the way.

All volunteers must be willing to complete our application and volunteer screening process which includes a Vulnerable Sector Police Records check.

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