Step 1: Complete the Volunteer Application. Step 2: Attend both virtual Tutor Training sessions. Step 3: After the training session, you will receive a follow-up email from the trainer. The email will include the handouts discussed during training, and links to the curriculum drive and Virtual Classroom.What does a GED tutor do?
Our volunteer tutors are truly the heart of Seeds of Literacy. As a tutor, you’ll provide one-to-one attention, instruction, and encouragement to adult students as they work toward the GED® credential and a life of possibilities. ( Check out this essay that showcases the lives of Seeds students in poignant vignettes .)Why volunteer to be a tutor?
Our tutors have the patience, kindness, passion, and skill to help change our community one adult learner at a time. Because we provide training, you don’t need to have any prior teaching or tutoring experience in order to volunteer, but at least a high school credential is required.