Volunteer for one on one tutoring

Kimberley's ESL Adult Tutoring program needs volunteers

  • Nov. 16, 2012 2:00 p.m.

ESL Tutor Heather with August Paw and Thaw Thi working on their Canadian Citizenship material.

The ESL/Adult Tutoring Program is looking for volunteers to commit to 2 hrs per week to support adults with their speaking, writing and reading skills. If you are interested in other cultures, enjoy working with people and would enjoy helping as a 1-1 tutor please consider volunteering with us. It is a wonderful opportunity to share language, culture and friendship with a new Canadian and to gain experience and skills for work in this field. Training sessions are provided. The next training will be Nov. 23 and Nov. 24th. For more information please contact Kim Roberts CBAL Kimberley Coordinator 250-427-4468.

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