Are you interested in changing lives? The PCLC is in need of new tutors for adults in our community. Literacy impacts every aspect of our learners’ lives. Tutoring an adult can be a deeply satisfying experience. As a tutor, will be matched with a learner with whom you will meet 2-3 hours/week. Together, you will work toward their literacy goals, including reading, writing, or speaking English and learning basic math skills.
Application and Orientation
If you would like to become a tutor, please review the Tutor Description. Contact the PCLC anytime to receive an introductory orientation to tutoring and complete a Volunteer Application. The next step is to complete a new tutor training.
New Tutor Training
If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please contact the director at 715-345-5341 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an orientation and complete an application.
The next new tutor training for working with English Language Learners is June 20 and 21. This training will be held in Eau Claire in conjunction with Wisconsin Literacy (sign up at this link).
The fall tutor training in Stevens Point is September 14 and 21 at 5:30pm. Contact PCLC for more information.
New tutors also complete other activities at their own pace. Thereafter tutors meet with staff as needed and participate in tutor roundtables throughout the year.
Reporting Your Progress / Monthly Report Form
At the end of each month, our tutors report on their progress. It’s very important that you submit your total tutoring hours, activities, and outcomes for the month. Fill out the online Monthly Report Form here. You can also track your weekly hours using this tutoring log.
Tutor roundtables are an opportunity for all tutors to gather, discuss topics, and share information. Roundtables are held quarterly and are a chance for tutors to learn and share techniques. The next tutor roundtable will be on Monday, June 12 at 6:00pm at Nelson Hall. The topic is citizenship resources.
The PCLC will provide you with resources appropriate for your learner. We have a wide range of workbooks, study guides, test prep guides, etc. available for tutors to check out to use with their learners. Please follow the following link to see a list of available resources. If you need assistance or support with a specific issue, please contact PCLC.
Online and Library Resources
Looking for lesson plans, activities, or more information about adult education and literacy? Check out the following resources available online or in our resource room.