I wanted to share this post from the Minnesota Literacy Council – because if you’re reading this you’re probably pretty proficient with a computer and interested in making sure everyone has equal access to technology. Part of that is making sure everyone knows how to use it. It could make a good New Year’s Resolution…
Can you point, click, type and send an email? If so, we need you! Minnesota Literacy Council is seeking volunteer tutors and teachers to help adult learners build the vital computer skills they’ll need for a career and in daily life.
Experience: Basic computer skills, patience, and the ability & desire to work with learners from diverse backgrounds. No previous teaching experience required. Volunteers must be 18 years old, or 16 if volunteering alongside a parent or guardian.
For more information and next steps, contact Wendy: firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out a volunteer interest form and we’ll contact you with next steps: http://mnliteracy.org/volunteers/volunteer-interest-form