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Adult Ed 101 Tutor

Purpose: To help adults, 16 years of age or older, improve basic reading, math and language skills

Tutors encourage and support adult learners by:

Location – Tutoring sessions scheduled at Adult Education Program sites throughout Central Georgia Technical College’s seven county area.

Hours – minimum two times a week for 1 hour each meeting;

Length of Commitment – Preferred initial commitment of 90-Days; schedule developed to support the needs of the student(s) and volunteer.

Training – A flexible training program is designed for each volunteer; on-going training support provided as needed. In the Barton Reading & Spelling Program, instructor manuals and DVDs also support each level of training.

Volunteer Qualifications:

 

Benefits

 

To find out more, contact Mary Marshall mmarshall@centralgatech.edu or call 478-757-2568.

Adult Basic/Secondary Education Tutor

Purpose
To help adults, 16 years of age or older, improve basic reading, math and language skills; review student workbooks and provide feedback for skills levels grade K-12th level.

Responsibilities

Tutors encourage and support adult learners by:

 

Location – Tutoring sessions are scheduled at Adult Education Program sites throughout Central Georgia Technical College's seven county area

Hours – minimum

Length of Commitment – Preferred initial commitment of 90-Days; adaptive and flexible schedule developed to support the needs of the student(s) and volunteer.

Training – A flexible training program is designed for each volunteer; evaluations monitor proficiency and on-going training support provided as needed. Online training materials supplement most training needs.

Volunteer Qualifications

 

Benefits

 

To find out more, contact Mary Marshall mmarshall@centralgatech.edu or call 478-757-2568.

English Literacy Program Conversational Partner

Volunteer Job Description – ELP Tutors/Conversation Partners

Job Summary
Volunteer tutors work with adults who are learning and developing the English language skills necessary for living and working in our community. Tutors work one-on-one with individuals who either desire to acquire English language skills or to prepare for taking the Citizenship Test.

Qualifications
Strong desire to improve the English language skills of students
Fluent in English and sensitive to cultural differences
Patience, understanding, flexibility, and an unceasingly positive attitude
Ability to serve as a tutor/conversation partner for 1-3 hours a week for three months

Responsibilities


Contact
Yumi Kim
ykim@centralgatech.edu or 478-757-6671

AmeriCorps*VISTA (Volunteers In Service to America)

AmeriCorps is to our community what the Peace Corps has been to the world. Members of our community have made a commitment to serve a minimum of 35 hours a week. As a Vista volunteer, these members take an oath to work faithfully and diligently to lift people out of poverty.

Vista members that are assigned to the adult education program are facilitating neighborhood computer labs to promote preparation for the Georgia Work Ready assessment. As advocates of education, they serve the Adult Education program, Central Georgia Technical College, our community, and people seeking a hand up, and not a hand out.

http://www.americorps.gov/for_individuals/choose/vista.asp

Advisory Board Member

The State of Georgia regulations require the various programs of the Technical College System of establish a local adult education programs and to establish a local adult education advisory committee for each service delivery area.

Regulations require that the local advisory committee is actively involved in the ongoing operation of the adult education program. The major tasks and functions are:

Foster Grandparent

The Adult Education Program partners with Macon Bibb County EOC, Inc. to provide Foster Grandparent services to students age 16-18.

http://www.seniorcorps.gov/about/programs/fg.asp

Foster Grandparents devote their volunteer service entirely to disadvantaged or disabled youth. Across the country, Foster Grandparents help children in many ways:

 

Foster Grandparents are individuals age 55 and over who thrive on direct interaction with children and believe they can make a difference in their lives.  Income-eligible Foster Grandparents receive a modest stipend to help offset the costs of volunteering.

Application

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/volapp