Volunteer opportunity posted by: Minnesota Literacy Council
Posted on: February 27, 2013
The Minnesota Literacy Council recruits and supports volunteer tutors and teachers in adult literacy programs. These programs offer free classes for new immigrants and refugees, as well as life-long Minnesotans, who are learning basic English, math or computer skills, or studying for the GED.
Volunteers can work at one of five learning centers in the Twin Cities teaching or assisting with a range of English as a Second Language (ESL), GED, and employment readiness classes. All five sites offer basic, beginner, intermediate, and advanced ESL classes. Curriculum and support are provided for all teaching and co-teaching opportunities.
1115 Greenbrier St. in St. Paul
Monday-Friday, Morning/Afternoon Classes
ESL, Children's English School, Work Readiness
2700 East Lake St. in Minneapolis
Monday-Friday, Morning/Afternoon/Evening Classes
ESL, GED, English Conversation, Computer Literacy, Math
English for College Prep, Medical Career Prep
2511 Taylor St. NE in Minneapolis
Monday-Thursday, Morning/Evening Classes
ESL, Children's English School
611 Van White Memorial Blvd in Minneapolis
Monday-Thursday, Morning/Afternoon/Evening Classes
ESL, GED, English Conversation
461 Dale St. N in St. Paul
Monday-Thursday, Afternoon/Evening Classes
We ask a minimum six-month commitment for all teaching positions. Other options are available for volunteers as substitute teachers or as assistants for special projects. For more information on volunteering and for detailed class schedules, please contact Kat at email@example.com.