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Becoming a Volunteer

Volunteer Tutor

Would you like to know more about giving the gift of literacy? Are you interested in becoming a volunteer tutor in the Walworth County area? The Walworth County Literacy Council is looking for caring adults to volunteer to tutor English for a couple of hours each week. The only qualifications needed are patience, commitment, and a desire to help others. Answer topic find the covalent solids essay writing service visit this web-site www.

  • WHO: Tutors must be 18 years old. No teaching degree, or foreign language experience is necessary!
  • WHAT: Adult Basic Education (ABE) or English as Second Language (ESL) tutoring based on your time schedule! One-on-One tutoring or Small Group tutoring, based on your preference.
  • WHEN: Tutors normally teach their student(s) 1 to 2 times per week, for one hour sessions.
  • WHERE: Normally, tutoring sessions are held at the local library most convenient for you. Other public, approved locations may also serve as a tutoring location. We also have rewarding tutoring opportunities available in the Walworth County Jail!

What do I do next?

For more information, or to sign up for the next tutor training session, contact the Diane Aschmann at 262-957-0142 or. 2.

Walworth County Literacy Council
400 County Road H
Elkhorn, Wi. 53121


Other Opportunities

We appreciate whatever talents, creative energies, special skills, time, or donations you may want to contribute to helping us give the gift of literacy. Some examples:

  • Do you speak another language and want to assist with interpreting for students or translation of documents?
  • Are you knowledgable about computers? Do you want to help the Literacy Council create new brochures or documentation?
  • dec 8, 2013 – Are you an existing tutor, and want to speak with individuals interested in becoming a tutor?

  • Are you in the education field, and would you like to teach new and/or existing tutors about literacy or education topics? Would you like to create worksheets and resources for our tutors to use in their classes?
  • Would you like to help out with office work?
  • Would you like to get the word out in the community about the Literacy Council?