part-time, 6 - 10 hours/week, Fall position
not currently hiring
Contact: Linden McEntire, 253-8065, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobilize people to teach children to read! MIT's ReachOut Teach a Child to Read program was initiated in 1997 as part of a nationwide challenge for college students to help improve children's literacy. Co-sponsored by the Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center and the MIT Student Employment Office, ReachOut recruits, trains, and matches tutors with children identified as needing help with reading. Responsibilities include leadership of ReachOut volunteers and a wide range of administrative duties. If you have strong organization skills, a sociable personality and interest in children's literacy, apply today!