Projects tagged with "TUTORS"

Become a Walk-In Tutor for Adults with the LA Public Library

Did you know that nearly 1 million adults in Los Angeles face literacy or language barriers? Join the LA Public Library to share your love of reading and: -- Learn new skills! They provide all the training, materials, and support you'll need to be effective. -- Meet lots of great people from different cultures and places. -- Face challenges and learn how to overcome them. -- Develop (or grow!) a passion for learning and teaching others. -- Create real and meaningful change in your own community. -- Gain great experience that can be applied in multiple job fields. Volunteers will answer questions from mostly non-native English-speakers covering basic reading, writing, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and pronunciation. No teaching or tutoring background is required, but all Adult Literacy volunteers must have a high school diploma or equivalency certificate. All volunteer walk-in tutors receive free training and materials. They ask for 2 to 3 hours a week for a minimum of 2 months.All volunteers must be at least 18.

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Provide Computer Tutoring to Clients of ONEgeneration

Volunteers support and enhance every program that ONEgeneration offers. For heartwarming, life-affirming experiences, come join ONEgeneration as a volunteer and start giving back to your community now! They are in need of computer tutors. Teaching seniors basic computer skills, internet, e-mail and word. Discuss procedures with manager before 1st session. Minimum age 14. Mentor times are based on the mentor’s availability.

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