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Virtual Volunteer Job Tutor

Per Scholas

Flexible times and locations

Corporate and job volunteers play a critical role in Per Scholas training. Even when you can't be present physically, you can give back by volunteering to help aspiring technologists improve their communication skills, learn about key technical content, and better understand the corporate landscape to secure a job and progress in their career. Per Scholas virtual volunteers can help community members with: 1. Mock interviews. Volunteers will have the chance to virtually review a student's resume, interview them for a "mock" position and give them feedback after completing the interview. This gives students the opportunity to practice and refine their interview skills and build confidence in their abilities. 2. Virtual Lunch. Volunteers will virtually "sit" down with a student they are paired with, eat lunch, and discuss their experiences at work as well as give career advice. During the lunch, volunteers can provide insight on their technical skills, social and emotional intelligence at work, and career pathways. Through this interaction, our students are able to learn more about a corporate environment and gain valuable practice networking with a professional. 3. Resume Review. Volunteers will virtually discuss the importance of a resume and cover letter when applying for a job, review and give feedback on the student's resume, and assist with editing a future iteration of the document. Opportunities are available virtually to support Per Scholas community members and job seekers in different cities and communities. Volunteers must have some real-world job experience and training in order to guide and help other job-seekers and career aspirations learn and improve. Hiring manager, human resources (HR), and/or tech experience in particular are recommended.

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Volunteer To Tutor Women (Other Opps Available)

Mercy Learning Center

Flexible times

Volunteers are at the heart of our mission and operations. Mercy Learning Center welcomes over 450 volunteers of all ages, genders and backgrounds to the center each year. These individuals help to provide holistic, compassionate literacy and life skills education to low-income women and their children. Volunteers bring a diversity of talents and backgrounds that make our programs both dynamic and effective.At MLC, volunteers help with...TutoringComputer instructionChildcareFood and diaper drivesFundraising eventsAnd more!Join us! At MLC, you can volunteer to be a...Tutor: Tutoring at Mercy Learning Center is a flexible and fulfilling volunteer opportunity. No experience is necessary and we will support you with formal training, ongoing workshops, and one-on-one assistance. The schedule is flexible and the commitment is only four hours per week.All trainings are from 9:00am-3:00pmTo learn more about tutoring at MLC, contact Lynn Gabriel at 203-334-6699 or Lab Aid: Help the women at Mercy Learning Center to develop critical computer skills, including Microsoft Office, language software, web searches and other online tools. The schedule is flexible. The commitment is 2-3 hours a week and only basic computer knowledge is required.Child Care Aid: Mercy Learning Center has a fully-licensed childcare facility for the infants, toddlers and preschool-aged children of our students. If you love to play with, read to, or simply cradle and comfort young children, come help out in one of our three childcare rooms for 2-3 hours each week.Or volunteer in another way, such as providing:Professional services (legal, medical, dental, therapeutic-English & Spanish speaking opportunities, interview practice, etc.)Enrichment opportunities (music, yoga, art, knitting, etc.)Administrative/office support and help with facilities maintenance/repairs/gardeningEvent/fundraising support by joining a committeeVolunteering happens on-site at Mercy Learning Center between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday (with the exception of some event committee activities).To explore your volunteer options, contact Nora Jinishian, the volunteer coordinator, at 203-334-6699 or"Every time I walk through the doors of Mercy Learning Center, my heart lifts." - Prill, Volunteer

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Mercy Learning Center
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604

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