The Learning Source Is Looking for Volunteer Tutors To Help Adult Students In the Boulder Area

Boulder, COLO. – The Learning Source – Colorado’s leading nonprofit resource for adult education classes and family literacy – is currently looking for volunteers in the Denver metropolitan area. This is a great opportunity to give back to your local community and help students work toward their educational goals. Volunteers are critical to the process, providing the needed individual help that is often key to the success of our students.

Join The Learning Source’s existing volunteer pool of more than 70 individuals who find it rewarding and meaningful to help tutor adult students. Volunteer tutors help The Learning Source staff with one-on-one instruction and/or small group work.

New volunteers are welcome anytime. Volunteers first complete an online orientation module and then attend a content specific training. Both in-person and online options are available.

“I love what I am able to do as a volunteer for The Learning Source,” says Susan, volunteer for the family literacy, GED and English as a Second Language programs. “Helping others, learning from the students and their cultures, it enriches my life.”

Founded in 1964, The Learning Source offers many classes, programs and services including family literacy, GED and English as a Second Language (ESL). Classes are currently offered in a growing number of communities throughout the Denver metropolitan area, Northern Colorado, Southern Colorado and the mountain region (Buena Vista, Salida and Leadville) and online via the TLS Distance Learning program.

If you’re interested in volunteering for The Learning Source, please email or call 303-957-2838.

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