Interested in learning how to become a literacy volunteer? Beginning in mid-April, training will be offered by the Literacy Volunteers of Camden County for anyone who is interested in becoming a tutor.
Dates & Times
A free Tutor Training Workshop will be held at the M. Allan Vogelson Regional Branch Library at 203 Laurel Road, Voorhees on five Tuesdays: April 11, 18, 25, May 2 and 16 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The aim of this program is to provide additional resources for non-native speakers in the Camden County community to help them access the local resources. Additionally, it is hoped that this workshop could help some individuals find a career in tutoring in the future.
No Experience Necessary
No experience is necessary, just the willingness to reach out to help a motivated learner. Many people who are fluent in English find that discovering how to become a tutor can be the way towards a very fulfilling career alongside being a fantastic way to give back to the community, so as long as you have the motivation to learn this skill then you are welcome to attend!
How to Register
About Literacy Volunteers of Camden County:
LVCC provides free one-on-one and small group tutoring in reading, math and English for Speakers of Other Languages to Camden County adults at the lowest levels of literacy. Many Camden County residents lack functional English literacy skills and this impedes their ability to acquire productive employment, assist their children in schoolwork and become active community members. Literacy Volunteers of Camden County addresses this problem by training local volunteers to instruct these adults using a flexible, learner-centered approach. This year LVCC has over 160 volunteer tutors working with 200 students.
(Source: Media Release)