Become a Tutor
Spending just an hour or two per week to help strengthen someone’s literacy skills is a simple act that makes a profound difference in another’s life. We rely on nearly 200 volunteers to help us provide English as a Second Language and basic literacy instruction to more than 250 adults in Centre and Clearfield counties every year.
Volunteers work as private tutors and small group leaders to teach adult learners the literacy skills they need to keep their families healthy, get jobs, earn degrees, become U.S. citizens, gain confidence and give back to their community. Volunteering with Mid-State is a labor of love that personally enriches the tutor almost as much as the student. No prior experience is necessary, and training is provided for all volunteers.
Additionally, if you’d like to get involved with Mid-State but don’t wish to be a tutor, we can always use more help with events and other important tasks.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (814) 238-1809 to join our amazing team!
Monthly Form (Tutors) (one-on-one tutoring) (Word Document)
Monthly Form (Tutors) (one-on-one tutoring) (PDF Document)
Monthly Form (Class Teachers) (Word Document)
Monthly Form (Class Teachers) (PDF Document)
Please fill out the appropriate form and send it to email@example.com or Mid-State Literacy Council, 248 E. Calder Way, Suite 307, State College, PA 16801.
Summer Classes 2020
All instruction will be online.
High Beginner / Low Intermediate
High Intermediate – Advanced
A fee of $395 covers TOEFL classes, 3 other MSLC classes, and tutoring.
Resumes Fall 2020
Mid-State Literacy Council depends on the support of our community.
Mid-State hosts a handful of special events each year that give the community a chance to celebrate literacy and support our efforts to help the adults in this area who want to realize their literacy goals.