We enhance lives and strengthen communities by teaching adults to read. We need your help as a volunteer tutor to reach as many adult learners as we can.
IMMEDIATE VOLUNTEER TUTOR OPPORTUNITIES
ESL Volunteer Tutors are needed for the following areas:
Sugar Land office needs:
ESL Level 0-5 are needed for the Summer Session
1x1 Basic Literacy Tutors
Outreach Tutor Needs for the Fall include:
Morning and Evening Classes in Katy
Morning and Evening Classes in Richmond
Morning Classes in Missouri City
Evening Computer Class Tutor at Fort Bend Hope
Interested? Please contact Marisela at 281-240-8181 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Literacy Tutors
Additional volunteers will be needed this August to assist with student registration. The position may be suitable for youth volunteers, but is not suitable for large groups. Each registration volunteer will be assigned administrative-related task for a 2-hour block during open registration: August 9 - 31, M/T/W/Th, 10 a.m. -6 p.m.
- Greeting students as they enter the building
- Assisting with flow of traffic inside the building
- Directing students to classrooms around the the building
- Proctoring a literacy assessment
- Copying, filing, shredding
- Data entry
Volunteer tutors work with assigned students to teach an adult literacy class: Basic Literacy, English as a Second Language (ESL), Basic Computer Skills, US Citizenship preparation, or GED preparation. Once trained and certified by the Literacy Council, all tutors maintain regular contact with the Program Director and report back with progress, successes, and challenges.
Position Duration: A minimum of one academic semester.
Position Location: Literacy Council of Fort Bend County
12530 Emily Court, Sugar Land, TX 77478
*If you prefer to lead a class at another location, we still want you on our tutor team! The onboarding process to be an Outreach Tutor is the same, though scheduling your class may be different. Click here to view our current Outreach Locations. Then, contact the Literacy Council to learn more!