Adult Literacy Tutor

Adult Literacy Tutor at The Literacy Group

Tutors Needed

Volunteers are needed to tutor adults in one-on-one or small group settings. Literacy tutors teach reading, writing and numeracy as well as computer and workplace skills. Strong English speaking and writing skills are required.

We are seeking individuals who are patient and empathetic towards adults learning to upgrade their literacy skills.

Online and workshop training is provided to teach tutoring techniques for teaching adults. Ongoing training is offered.

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Board of Directors

The Literacy Group's Board of Directors

Want to make a difference in people’s lives?

Want to make a difference in people’s lives?
Did you know that 24% of adults in our region have literacy issues? The Literacy Group of Waterloo Region (TLG) is looking for visionary and talented members to join our Board of Directors and help our agency meet the needs of adults with low levels of literacy.

TLG is a community based organisation that provides accessible literacy training services to empower adults to reach their goals and improve their quality of life by upgrading their skills in reading, writing, numeracy, computer & workplace essentials through our volunteer tutor base. We serve a diverse group of people in the Kitchener, Cambridge and rural Waterloo counties.

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Fundraising Committee Members

Fundraising Committee Members at The Literacy Group

Fundraising Committee Members

We are looking for people who are passionate about literacy and who can work as a team in a strategic manner to deliver  successful fundraising events.

A successful member of this team is able to devote the time necessary to meet fundraising goals and is  results oriented with strong commitment to achieve accomplishments.

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Office Administration Support

Office Administration Tutor

Office Administration Support

At The Literacy Group we rely on volunteers to support with the day-to-day tasks found in a busy office environment.

If your skill set fits within an administration role or you would like some valuable experience in this field, please contact us.

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Group Facilitator or Group Assistant

Group Facilitator

Group Facilitator/Group Assistant

The Literacy Group offers a wide range of programs, included in which are small groups and modular programs.

We are looking for volunteers who would be willing to run a short term program or support another instructor in the classroom.

Training and curriculum will be provided and we do ask for evidence of subject experience.

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Special Events

Looking for an event volunteer position?

The Literacy Group always has an exciting event in the works and we look for one-off volunteer support.

Contact Stuart Oakley, our Outreach Coordinator for more details.

Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)

The Literacy Group of Waterloo Region (TLG) is committed to creating a positive and supportive learning and volunteering environment. This environment must be a culture of care, safety and personal responsibility.

Volunteer screening is an important part of TLG’s commitment to a safe culture. TLG’s screening includes a series of formal and informal initial and ongoing steps. TLG models its screening process around the Volunteer Canada 10 Steps of Screening.

As part of the screening process, all volunteers are required to complete a mandatory Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check. The completion of this records check does not automatically mean the volunteer will be eligible for the position and will still be subject to TLG’s full screening process.

 All volunteers who have a completed check, must reach out directly to Chris Prosser to arrange a confidential review of their police check. Telephone 519-743-6090. Ext. 226 or email chris@theliteracygroup.com

In order to support the application process, volunteers can download the VSC Guidelines and refer to the VSC Policy for more information.

TLG works to support any member of the community to volunteer with us, so if for any reason a volunteer is unable to pay the fee, they can contact the Executive Director to discuss their options.

VSC Guide Final

VSC Policy Final

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