English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Conversation Corps!
Corps volunteers are a part of a network of volunteers who share a passion for enhancing English skills for adult learners. Volunteers serve as conversation group leaders, classroom facilitators, and help students prepare for the TOEFL exams at 2 partner organizations focused on adult ESOL education. Corps volunteers deepen their community engagement by committing to serve twice-a-month through the Corps and attending skill building opportunities.
See a complete list of expectations and benefits of the Corps program, here.
We are looking for volunteers who are interested in:
1. Joining the ESOL (Conversation) Corps Program and meeting the Corps expectations, including serving 2 times/month at one of our Corps partner sites
2. Working in community centers as a leader of conversation groups, a class facilitator, or one-on-one with adult learners to build English Language Skills.
3. Working with a diverse population of volunteers and adult learners and comfortable with cultural differences.
Check out our ESOL (Conversation) Corps Partner Sites:
Gilbert Albert Community Center - Dorchester
Lead conversation groups
Wednesday evenings 6pm-8pm
Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH) - East Boston
Lead conversation groups, and extra tutoring session
Wednesday evenings 5pm-6pm, volunteers are encouraged to stay for classes from 6pm-830pm
All ESOL (Conversation) Corps Volunteers will need to complete and pass a CORI Background check and plan to attend our kickoff training
Please fill out the form below to express interest in the Corps program. There will be an orientation for the program in May.