The IRC's child care supports other weekday education programs and encourages full and equitable participation of all parents. Parents are able to attend classes while their children, under the age of six and too young to be enrolled in school, can partake in this program. In child care, children are able to play, rest, and even learn some English and songs. Volunteers assist IRC child care instructors.
- Requirements: Comfortable around children 0-5 years old of various backgrounds and little to no English proficiency. Able to work independently and assist in addressing the needs of infants and toddlers.
- Minimum Commitment: 2.5-20 hours per week for 3 months; M-F, 9am-2:30pm
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English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Class Assistant
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The IRC in Atlanta is looking for on-call volunteers in three areas to assist on tasks including interpreting, driving, and donations pick-up
English Literacy and Civics (EL/Civics) Class Assistant
The IRC’s EL/Civics classes help non-native English speakers develop their language ability, increase their understanding of US civics, and build their workplace readiness skills so that they can become active in their community as they pursue personal career pathways.