“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
Even BUSY, BUSY, BUSY people can volunteer! Don’t put off helping someone else — and YOURSELF – any longer!
For more information call (518) 244-4650 today or fill out this online Volunteer Information Request Form.
Volunteer Opportunities Information Sessions and Tutor Training Workshops can be found on the LVORC Event Calendar.
One-on-one and small group tutoring for Basic Literacy and English Language Learners: 2 hours a week after 18 hours of training (on-line training is available).
Workplace Literacy: Teach a class at a work site utilizing vocabulary and materials used on the job to help workers improve their ability to speak English —2 hours a week after training.
English Literacy Civics: Teach a class to help English Language Learners improve their ability to speak English and learn about life in America—1-3 hours/week after training.
Financial Literacy: Teach a class at the YWCA or tutor an individual in money management—2-hour occasional class or 1 hour/week with an individual after 1 hour volunteer information session.
Math Tutoring: 1-2 hours a week after 1 hour volunteer information session.
High School Equivalency Preparation: Help someone prepare for the TASC test – 2 hours per week after 1-hour volunteer information session and 18-hour training.
Everybody WINS! Power Lunch: Volunteers from local businesses and individuals throughout the Capital Region read each week during lunch break at a nearby elementary school to students who are below reading level – 30 to 40 minutes a week after 1-hour training.
Conversation Partners: Volunteers converse with intermediate level English Language Learners to help them expand their vocabulary and give them practice speaking/comprehending English over the telephone or in person—-20-40 minutes each week after a 1-hour Orientation.
Office help, working at events, etc…if you have the time we have the need!