Your dollars will help change our communities by providing instructional services to adults and families throughout Jefferson County to improve literacy.
Our vision is to help learners defeat literacy challenges and overcome the barriers to becoming more literate, confident and engaged to the best of their ability in their homes, communities and places of work.
We are always looking for new volunteer tutors to share their time and to experience the joy of teaching and
learning with us!
Job Posting: Instructor
Jefferson County Literacy Council (JCLC) has
flexible part-time teaching positions available for:
Basic Education / GED Preparation
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Bachelor’s Degree in elementary education, secondary education, adult education, ESL, or a specific discipline such as reading, math or English required. Bilingual Spanish/English language skills are preferred, but not required, for ESL instructors.
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Call 920.675.0500 for more information.
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The Jefferson County Literacy Council is proud to say that volunteer tutors are the heart of our organization! In FY 2017/18 we served a total of 248 individuals throughout the county, helping them learn English, gain computer skills, improve basic reading, writing and computation skills, as well as prepare for the GED test. With our small staff of part-time office support and instructors, and a delivery service range of eight cities within the county, we rely heavily on volunteers to help us carry out our mission of strengthening communities through literacy.
Click below to complete our volunteer tutor application form to confirm your interest. We look forward to hearing from you!