Monday, November 13, 2017 - 9:45am

The commitment is for 6-10 hours per week, Jan 9-May 12, and successful interns are paid $500. Whether you are a college student, retiree or a professional looking for a new experience, Literacy Network interns gain valuable professional skills:

Sharpen instructive, managerial, or communication skills

Become better prepared for careers that have educational or international reach

Become a better teacher, healthcare provider, business executive, or community leader

Interns prepare lesson plans and manage a weekly group tutoring program for 8 tutor/student pairs. Training and support are provided to all interns! We make things very easy for interns to learn, to have fun, and to help others. The adults in our programs come from over 70 different countries and speak over a hundred languages -but all instruction is in English, so interns must be fluent in English (additional language skills are not required). Since our programs serve adults, all interns and volunteers must be at least 18yo or older.

Spring semester internship resumes/cover letters are due on Sunday, Nov 26. Flyers:

·         Help local immigrants/refugees learn English

·         Help adults with basic reading, writing, and computer skills so they can find jobs (or better jobs):

Visit the Literacy Network’s website to learn more or apply online.

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