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Cause - Adult Education

"Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family."


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High School Equivalency/GED Teachers

Volunteer instructors are needed to teach a basic skills course for young adults between the ages of 17 and 25. This program is designed to help them successfully obtain a High School Equivalency or GED, which then leads them to enter post-secondary or advanced training programs or obtain full-time employment. Classes run from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Thursday; volunteer instructors can teach up to four days a week for the length of the fall (September to December) or spring semester (January to June).

New Rochelle, NY

Through 12/31/20

Special Service Mentors for Adults

Special Service Mentors will work with adult students who require additional help with time management and organizational skills. Days and times vary according to needs and your schedule.

Valhalla, NY

Through 10/26/20

Tutors for Adults

Tutors work in the Academic Support Center in a variety of areas including Math, Science, Writing, Art, Computers, and Higher Math/Physics for several hours a week. Days and times vary according to needs and your schedule.

Valhalla, NY

Through 10/26/20

Virtual Financial Literacy Instructors

My Money Workshop is a non-profit financial literacy organization in Westchester that enables students and community members to understand and evaluate everyday money issues to help them make a lifetime of smart financial decisions. My Money Workshop provides money management workshops to public/private high schools, colleges, universities, specialty schools, and community-based organizations. My Money Workshop is looking for Virtual Volunteer Financial Literacy Instructors to teach classes (either a 60-minute virtual webinar or a series of hour-long virtual sessions) on an as-needed basis. My Money Workshop is devoted to finding the best fit for both the volunteer instructor and the program. Express interest below for more information!

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 8/31/21

Reading Tutors for Adults

Westchester Library System is in need of volunteer reading tutors to support adults in Westchester communities who want to learn to read or to read better. All tutoring takes place at a Westchester library location at a time that works within the volunteer's own schedule. Westchester Library System will offer tutor training, support, and all teaching materials to accommodate the individual needs of the learner. Volunteer Reading Tutors commit to a minimum of two hours per week.

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 10/3/20