Do you like the idea of helping someone learn to read and write? Find out what volunteering for Literacy Connections is all about! We’ll give you an overview of our history, the issue of illiteracy, and points to remember when working with adults who cannot read. Our most pressing current volunteer needs are for tutors (to work one-on-one with basic readers or English language learners) and small-group teachers (for English language learners). You don’t have to be a teacher already to volunteer – we will provide training. And there are other ways to help us promote literacy if teaching isn’t your thing. Please join us in helping people to read, write, and reach their potential! Orientation is required for anyone wanting to work with students.
This meeting will take place online via Zoom. To register, email Rachel at Rsalin@literacyconnections.org
Dutchess County Agency Partner Grant | Dyson Foundation | New York State Department of Education | United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region
United Way of Columbia-Greene Counties | Dollar General Literacy Foundation | The generous donation of Friends of Literacy, Spelling Bee Sponsors, and Individual Donations.