Volunteers are the backbone of our organization. If you have the time and passion, we have a need for you!
At the Center
Volunteers need to tutor in the areas of reading and math, as well as ESL.
Volunteers to look through donated books and separate them by age level and scan incoming books in order to keep track of all our books online.
Volunteers to help with clerical, answering phones, filing, email preparation, data entry, making copies, and helping to organize teaching materials, etc.
FUNDRAISING & EVENTS SUPPORT
Work on fundraising events, such as the Adult Spelling Bee and Golf Tournament.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Serve as a board member because you believe in our mission, “Providing literacy skills for adults ages 16 and above”.
In the Community
Volunteers to sit at the unemployment office and fill out intake forms to pass on to us at the Literacy Council for follow up.
BRUNSWICK COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Volunteers to sit and read to children while they wait for their appointment, fill out intake forms for adults to pass on to us at the Literacy Council.
BRUNSWICK COUNTY DETENTION CENTER
Volunteers who are willing to go in to the jail and work with inmates who want their GED in a classroom situation.
BRUNSWICK COUNTY DRUG COURT
Volunteers needed to sit and complete intake forms for the client that needs assistance in getting their GED, or basic literacy assistance in reading.
Ready to Become a Volunteer? It’s as Easy as 1-2-3
First things first! Fill out and submit the online Volunteer Application so we can get to you a little bit better and find out how you would like to help.
Sign up for a workshop where you’ll get the training and materials you need to tutor basic literacy and English as a second language.
Upon completion of the workshop, each new tutor will be assigned one or more students by the Brunswick County Literacy Council.