Volunteer tutors support refugee youth and young adults as they prepare for standardized tests such as the GED and SAT. Tutors spend one hour per week providing individualized academic and test prep help. This volunteer opportunity is part of the IRC in Atlanta's Connect to Success program, which supports refugee youth and young adults as they work toward their education and career goals.
- Minimum Commitment: 3-month period, 1 meeting per week; flexible scheduling
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Youth Male Mentor
Volunteers provide mentorship for male high school students by facilitating monthly conversations and activities related to mental and emotional health.
English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Class Assistant
The IRC’s English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes help newly-arrived refugees rapidly learn English so that they can secure employment and perform the daily tasks necessary for their family's well-being.
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.