Michael wants to be able to read bedtime stories to his two little daughters. Maria wants to be able to help her seven-year-old son with his homework. Juan wants to improve his English in order to do well at his workplace. The stories go on: our friends and neighbors want to learn to read the Bible, to get their GED certificates, to get good jobs, to feel good about themselves. They can only do this with your help as a volunteer tutor with the Rockingham County Literacy Project.
Please step forward and help Michael, or Maria, or Juan, who are waiting eagerly for you to help them improve their lives. We can show you how! Plan to attend:
Adult Literacy Tutor Training
Friday, February 13
Friday, February 20
9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
There will also be an online component to the training. Participants should plan to attend both sessions. Both sessions will be held at the Rockingham County Literacy Project, 705-A Washington Street, Eden.
To pre-register, contact Jean Light Kinyon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.627.0007.
Volunteer tutors help adult students in Rockingham County to learn to read, write, or do basic math. Tutors may also assist students who are working on their GED certificates or learning English. Volunteer tutors are greatly needed at this time, as many students are on a waiting list and are having to wait months and years for tutors. The Rockingham County Literacy Project can help more people only if YOU give your time and talents and become a volunteer tutor!