“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
You can make a significant impact by helping adults in our community improve their literacy skills. Volunteers tutor with The READ Center in locations throughout Richmond, Henrico, and Chesterfield.
The READ Center is fortunate to be at volunteer capacity at this time. We would love to stay in touch with you about future opportunities as our needs change. Please complete a Volunteer Application so we know how to reach you:
Upcoming Volunteer Orientations and Trainings
- There are no upcoming Orientations scheduled at this time. Stay tuned for upcoming sessions.
Tutor Training is held monthly on Saturdays at various locations. You’ll have an opportunity to sign up for a training session at Orientation.
- There are no upcoming Tutor Training sessions at this time. Stay tuned as new sessions are scheduled.
Tutors are asked to make a one-year commitment of at least two hours per week
Tutors must be 18 years of age or older, and have a high school diploma or GED.
Training and Ongoing Support
The eight-hour training program covers the components of reading and lesson planning.
Professional teachers support tutors placed in classrooms, and all tutors have access to educational resources and the READ library to support their work with students.
Professional development opportunities are also available.
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