Literacy tutor and student
You do not need to know a foreign language or be a teacher to be a successful volunteer tutor. One of the most effective ways to support the literacy cause is to volunteer your time helping others acquire necessary skills we often take for granted. To learn more about tutoring opportunities with adults, call the Woodland Public Library Literacy Service at 530.661.5987. We will send you information and help you find a tutoring opportunity that is right for you.
LITERACY TUTOR TRAINING
Are you interested in working with adult language learners? This two-hour training will provide instructional skills in beginning literacy. Tutor training is offered the first Saturday of each month at 10am in the Conference Room next to the Literacy Service in the Woodland Public Library, 250 1st Street, Woodland. If you would like more information, or would like to register, please call Alma at (530) 661-5986.
WPLLS strongly encourages volunteers to continually sharpen their instructional skills. Literacy and language instruction skills can be developed through free in-service workshops on a variety of topics that tutors often find challenging. Tutors also gather once a month for "Tutor Coffees" to share ideas, materials and experiences.
Monthly Tutor Report