The Adult Learner Services offers small group instruction whenever possible in basic reading, writing, math, English as a second language (ESL), and preparation for the high school equivalency exam (GED). Volunteer tutors receive training and on-going support as they work in partnership with their students to reach individual educational goals.
The heart of the program lies in one-to-one tutoring. Meetings with the volunteer tutor are private and happen at a time and place that is mutually convenient. Many people find they flourish with the personalized attention they receive.
Small Group Classes
Some areas in the state provide small group instruction for ESL, GED preparation, or basic skills. Time and length of sessions vary from place to place.
Meet 2 to 4 hours per week with a tutor or attend class regularly complete homework contact tutor in advance to cancel or postpone a lesson
To make a confidential appointment, call the Adult Learner Services Coordinator at 752-1927. Part of the initial meeting at the ALS office will include an informal assessment of the student's current skill level and a discussion of their educational goals. For those interested in the GED, a GED practice test will be given when appropriate.
- no previous teaching experience necessary
- tutor 2 to 4 hours per week
- prepare lessons
- work at mutually convenient time and location
- training and materials provided
- continual support given through tutor support groups and local coordinator
- helping with projects
- office or library work
- newsletter publication
- volunteer and student recruitment
- support group organization
If you are interested in volunteering, please call the Adult Learner Services Coordinator at 603-752-1927.