Want to volunteer with Academic and Career Readiness?
You could make a huge difference in the life of an adult student! We welcome volunteers as classroom assistants, tutors, childcare assistants, and office assistants. Experience teaching or speaking another language is helpful, but by no means required.
Volunteers are always needed to assist students with math, reading, writing, science, social studies, and learning English. Another option is to help behind the scenes with filing and record-keeping, planning special programs, or by welcoming students at our information desk. Still another option is volunteering to provide childcare for one of our off-campus ESL classes.
Tell us your strengths and interests, and we will match you with an opportunity that will not only enrich your life, but will also help one of our students reach an important life goal, such as improving their ability to read to their child, earning their high school equivalency to qualify for a better job, or improving their English speaking and listening skills.
Prospective volunteers must interview with an Academic and Career Readiness Program Coordinator and complete confidentiality forms before beginning work with our programs. For more information about how to get involved, contact Julie Spomer at (336) 506-4407 for English as a Second Language or Jennifer Mock at (336) 506-4308 for GED and Adult Basic Education, or see more volunteer opportunities in Alamance County here.