English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Classroom Corps


Corps volunteers are a part of a network of volunteers who share a passion for enhancing English skills for adult learners. Volunteers serve as classroom support, and help students prepare for the TOEFL exams at 3 partner organizations focused on adult ESOL education. Corps volunteers deepen their community engagement by committing to serve twice-a-month through the Corps and attending skill building opportunities.

See a complete list of expectations and benefits of the Corps program, here.

We are looking for volunteers who are interested in:

1. Joining the ESOL (Classroom) Corps Program and meeting the Corps expectations, including serving 2 times/month at one of our Corps partner sites
 
2. Working in classrooms and community centers one-on-one with adult learners to build English Language Skills.
 
3. Working with a diverse population of volunteers and adult learners and comfortable with cultural differences.

 

Check out our ESOL Classroom Corps Site Partners:

 

Gardner Pilot Academy - Allston

  • Assist adult learners in a classroom setting, and help learners use basic technology

  • Tuesdays or Thursday evenings 6pm-830pm

Project Hope - Roxbury

  • Classroom assistant with adult learners

  • Thursday mornings 10am-11pm, 1130pm-1230pm

St. Mark’s Community Education Program - Dorchester

  • Assist with adult English classes and participate in conversation groups

  • Monday evenings 630pm-9pm, Tuesday evenings 630pm-9pm, Saturday mornings 10am-1130am (conversation group)

All ESOL (Classroom) Corps Volunteers will need to complete and pass a CORI Background check and plan to attend our kickoff training
 

Please fill out the form below to express interest in the Corps program. An Orientation will be held in May.