Become a Tutor

ALC relies upon dedicated, trained volunteers to provide one-on-one tutoring to the students. It is the tutors who make a life-changing impact in the lives of our students. 
 
As a tutor you will:
  • Provide one-on-one instruction
  • Serve both native and non-native speakers
  • Assist in English speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension
  • Offer instruction in mathematics
  • Support in other life skills
  • Make a commitment of two to three hours per week.  
Tutors must attend a training session before being paired with a student. Katie will reach out to you with the next applicable training date you can attend.
 
Students and tutors may work together anywhere from a few months to a few years. Often lasting bonds and friendships develop. To let the ALC know you're interested in becoming a tutor, submit the form below!

Check out this video of one of our students expressing her appreciation and friendship with her tutor!

All tutors must attend a New Tutor Training Session before they can work with students.  Because the training session includes reviewing the resources available at the ALC, our in house procedures and a tour of the ALC, it must be done in person.  However, you may attend the session in person and then choose to work with your student virtually for now. We will be socially distanced at the session and all attendees will be required to wear masks (although we will have opportunities to take a "breather" outside for a few minutes at several points throughout the morning). To sign up, click the button to the right and fill out the interest form.

Next New Tutor Training Session: September 18th, 9am - 12pm

Have any questions? Check out this form of frequently asked questions to find an answer!

The Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County is an independent 501(c)(3) organization 

715 6th Avenue, Grafton, WI  53024     |      adultliteracycenter@gmail.com     |     262-546-0020