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The Literacy Society is looking for people who are interested in sharing their knowledge English language.

Volunteers would work with adults who want to upgrade their basic literacy skills or who want to learn English as a Second Language.

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The group is offering a free 18-hour tutor training seminar, which would run for four weeks every Monday evening.

The training includes strategies for teaching adults reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language.

In return, tutors are asked to make a six month commitment and will receive ongoing support throughout the process.
Anyone interested in volunteering can call 250-785-2110 or email [email protected] St. Johnliteracy.ca

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