Tutoring benefits include the satisfaction of helping others learn, learning as a tutor, and getting to know a learner and about the customs in his or her native country.Tutors need to be patient adults who like to work with other adults.
- Tutors should be available for one to two hours per week for at least six months.
- Tutors work in the area of their interest (English reading, writing and speaking; basic math; or computer skills). Training is provided for each area of interest.
- Tutoring times and locations are arranged between the tutor and the learner.
Call Colleen or Mel at 780-623-2477 if you are interested and want to learn more about this opportunity.
We have a management board that meets six to eight times a year. This group of volunteers oversees the Community learning programs. If you are interested in being on our committee, please call Colleen at 780-623-2477 for more information.
Volunteers can help with short or long term projects such as Community Bookshelves and Welcome Baby. They can also drop in as guests to interact with learners in the English conversation classes.
Volunteers can help in planning and preparing or in running an event such as Opening World of Words (October) and Family Literacy Day (January). We also need volunteers to help us fund raise by working at the Festival of Speed (February), Festival of Trees (November) and during Legion Steak Night (Fridays).