VOLUNTEER WITH GED CLASSESTeaching motivated individuals who want to achieve more
GED CLASSES AT THE LIFE CENTER
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Education creates a foundation for growth for individuals and their families. By helping individuals complete their GED, you help open doors for further education, better employment, and higher wage opportunities for them. This individual achievement can even be a stepping stone for families to escape cycles of generational poverty.
will you join us?
Do you want to help adult learners grow and develop? As a volunteer teacher or tutor, you can help motivated students obtain their high school equivalency. Our GED classes are taught in both English and Spanish. Small class sizes allow for one-on-one attention, questions to be answered, and students to receive quality feedback.
Bilingual volunteers are especially needed for our Spanish GED class.
Tuesdays | 6 PM- 8 PM during the 2016-17 school year.
Classes are on break for the summer and resume in the Fall of 2017.
You Can make a difference.
Become a GED tutor or teacher and help individuals grow
academically,advance their careers, and pursue their dreams.
Of the Littleton Population is Spanish speaking
Hear from other volunteers.
"It’s fun to see how people react positively when you give them something."
"It’s a blessing to help people in need."
"It’s what Jesus asks me to do and I love it!"
"It’s a real benefit to the people we serve and I think the Lord is pleased with that."
"I like meeting new people and helping them."
"I enjoy using my Spanish language and helping people. I look forward coming on Wednesdays!"
"Jesus gave the commandment to feed these people and it gives me great pleasure."
"I love the opportunity to offer tangible Hope – a resource, a contact, or the next step – to those who need it most!"
"I feel I can contribute to the community and it makes me appreciate what I have."
IRIS VAN G-G
"I love honoring my God and helping people in need."
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