Aldine Branch Library seeks volunteer literacy tutors

The Aldine Branch Library is seeking volunteer tutors to help adults improve basic reading and writing skills.
Adult literacy tutors meet once or twice weekly with an adult student using materials provided by the library.  In addition to basic reading skills, tutors help students meet related daily life needs such as reading for work, to children, or for personal information and inspiration.
 

A free training session takes place on June 23 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at a nearby library, High Meadows Branch near Aldine Mail Route and U.S.Highway 59.  After the training session, tutors and students can meet at the Aldine Branch Library or another location, such as a church, school or other community center. There are no requirements to volunteer, other than an interest in reading and three hours per week to help someone learn to read.
 

To register for this workshop, or if you know of an adult who would like to improve his or her reading, please come up to the the information desk or call us at 281-445-5560 .