Teens for Literacy Volunteer Program
Now Accepting Students
Students are encouraged to gain experience, earn service hours, or make a difference in the lives of local teens through the Teens for Literacy Volunteer Program. Volunteers may serve as mentors, tutors, or program facilitators to local teens around their schedules and as opportunities come available. Volunteers may add their experiences to their resumes as mentorship and project implementation experience. Students may learn about the Teens for Literacy Program via the link. Students may learn about current volunteer opportunities by completing the online form via the link. An overview of current opportunities is also provided below. Dannita Trice, Graduate Assistant and Teens for Literacy Liaison, may be contacted with questions.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Reading Leaders – Enthusiastic, dependable volunteers are needed to serve as mentor reading leaders to local middle school students. Each reading leader will lead a student reading group for at least 30 minutes, once weekly at a local school around their schedule.
Shadowing Day 2013 Ambassadors – The Teens for Literacy Program will welcome elementary and middle school students to Armstrong on April 11th! Volunteers are needed for event setup and to welcome and interact with students.