Cape Fear Literacy Council

Volunteer Opportunity:
Tutor
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Adult learners at the Cape Fear Literacy Council meet one-on-one with tutors throughout the year, focusing on skills necessary for them to achieve their personal, educational, or employment goals. Small group sessions and/or classes are also available. During the Covid-19 pandemic, tutoring is taking place both remotely and on our campus, by appointment. In order to become a tutor for the Adult Literacy or English as a Second Language program, volunteers must: Be 18 or older and a high school graduate. No teaching experience or foreign language proficiency is required. Complete a 9-hour tutor training workshop for Adult Literacy or English as a Second Language to become Pro-Literacy Certified. Have time to teach! We ask one-on-one tutors to commit to teaching 3 hours/week plus prep for at least six months. Class instructors commit to 1.5-3 hours/week for eight-week sessions.

General
Size of Group
1 individual
Skills Needed
  • Tutoring & Education
When
Next occurrence is Monday, February 7th, 2022, 9am - Tuesday, February 7th, 2023, 4:30pm
Repeats weekly at 9:00am for 52 times
Flexible Timing
Timing is flexible within the designated time frame, or opportunity can be scheduled directly with nonprofit.
Location Details
At Nonprofit's Location
Indoor Project
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