Every day, thousands of volunteer reading partners make a lifelong difference for kids who struggle with reading. More than simply reading with a child, our volunteers follow a proven, structured curriculum to help students learn specific skills necessary to become proficient readers. Literacy programs offer many rewarding volunteer opportunities. Additional opportunities may be available depending on changing program needs. Volunteer with adults. Volunteers make a difference in the lives of adult learners every day. But the results of their efforts don't stop there.
If you don't see the location you're looking for by using the search tool below, try browsing our list of all Metro Volunteer Literacy Programs or view a map of all Adult Volunteer Literacy Programs in our network, which includes Greater Minnesota. The Reading Center is a nationally recognized nonprofit that provides specialized educational services for children and adults experiencing difficulty with reading. We offer diagnostic assessments/testing for dyslexia. We provide 1:1 Orton Gillingham tutoring (in person and online). We offer Academ.
What about adults? All listings on VolunteerMatch are appropriate for adults. There are no volunteer opportunities in the location you've searched. Here are some virtual opportunities that are available, regardless of where you're located. Do you love books, reading & kids? Then, THE FREE BOOK BUGGIE needs you! TFBB collects, sorts. Volunteer & Job Opportunities. The Reading Center has both volunteer and paid employment opportunities. Do you want to become a Tutor/Academic Language Therapist? Visit our ALT/Tutor page. We are often asked if we have volunteer opportunities with students. We do not.
Founded in 1972, the Minnesota Literacy Council is Minnesota's only non-profit, volunteer-based, education provider that operates statewide. Through a network of almost 130 community- and school-based programs, we provide free, confidential tutoring for individuals lacking the most basic reading, writing, and English-speaking skills. Our one-on-one tutoring model is backed by evidence-based research proven to raise the reading proficiency of students who are at least six months below grade level in reading. Our volunteer reading partners empower students to succeed in reading and in life by providing individualized, personal attention to each student in our program.Location: 2324 University Ave Suite 105, St. Paul, 55114, MN.
The Adult Literacy League offers one-to-one tutoring for adult basic education and English language literacy for students aged 18 and over. In some cases where students are emancipated minors, we will serve 16 and 17 year old learners as well. Volunteer readers show parents just how much fun reading with children can be, and provide helpful tips for getting children excited about books. However, not all clinics and practices can accommodate volunteer readers, so please keep in mind that the need for volunteers varies according to the needs of each Reach Out and Read program site. In.