English as a Second Language (ESL) Tutoring
Learning English is one of the most challenging and essential tasks for newly-arrived refugees. It is the first step to becoming self-sufficient, and the best way to become integrated in one’s community. Getting a job, communicating with neighbors, or accessing important services such as the police or fire department is difficult without English language skills.
All tutors are volunteers who meet at the student’s home for 3 hours per week. Volunteers commit to tutoring their student for a minimum of 6 months, or ideally a year. Previous training or experience in teaching or ESL is required for this role.