Volunteer tutors work one-on-one with adults reading at or below a 5th grade level. Curriculum is based on learner’s specific goals.
For adult learners ages 18 and up
Volunteer tutors work on-on-one with adults reading at or above a 6th grade level who are preparing for the GED exam. Curriculum includes reading comprehension, writing, science, mathematics, and social studies.
You will expand your basic Spanish vocabulary in order to increase your ability to communicate with your neighbors, students, coworkers or clients.
Volunteer tutors teach small groups of learners with a maximum of a high beginner English level. The course includes U.S. history and government, reading, writing, and interview skills.
One-on-one instruction is available for learners with specific needs. Learners must be legal permanent residents who are eligible to apply for U.S. Naturalization.
For more information on the citizenship and naturalization process, please visit the official U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website: https://www.uscis.gov/
Volunteer tutors teach small groups of learners speaking, listening, reading, writing, and survival skills. Groups are organized by level, ranging from literacy to high intermediate.
One-on-one instruction is available for learners with specific needs.
Volunteer tutors assist learners in Skyline’s computer lab. Learners use Rosetta Stone language-learning software and GED, citizenship, and reading practice programs.