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The Indo-American Center’s success is only possible with the outstanding commitment of our volunteers. Volunteers teach classes in our Literacy and Civics Department, offer resume critiques in conjunction with our newly developing Job Readiness program and promote IAC’s mission on the associate L21 Board.
Make a difference in the lives of our clients by volunteering with us.
If you're interested in volunteering for IAC in a different area, other than what's listed below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
The Youth Development Program is seeking volunteers for the After School Program and the Summer Program.
Citizenship interviewers help clients prepare for their Citizenship interviews with the United States Department of Citizenship and Immigration Services. Volunteers work with students one-on-one, provided with interview questions from the Civics Department.
Interested individuals should contact email@example.com or 773.973.4444 ext. 121.
Literacy Tutors have the opportunity to teach or tutor adult English as a Second Language (ESL) students as they develop their English language skills. Volunteers work in small groups, classes or individually with students; classes meet Monday-Saturday. Free required training is provided, including 12 hours of ESL training through Literacy Works and ongoing observation of staff instructors and experienced volunteers. Volunteers can network with fellow volunteers at the Department’s quarterly in-service trainings and through other supplemental trainings offered by Literacy Works. General educational tutoring opportunities may also be available, such as GED, adult basic education.
The Adult Literacy Program is continuously accepting volunteers for mornings, afternoons and Saturdays.
Presenters conduct public seminars on various topics related to their professional backgrounds. Seminars take place during the day Mondays-Saturdays. We’re looking for accountants to give seminars on filing taxes, IT professionals to give presentations on technology subjects, computer gurus to run workshops on specific topics, medical professionals to conduct health-related presentations and screenings — and anything else you can dream up!
The Indo-American Center’s Literacy Program seeks volunteers for its monthly resume critiquing. Volunteers meet for one day each month with several scheduled clients on a one-on-one basis, helping clients to write and format their resumes. Free training will be provided by program staff. Some professional experience in dealing with resumes is helpful.
Interested individuals should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 773.973.4444 ext. 104.