Do you have a passion for helping K-12 students learn? Then we need you to join our team of dedicated volunteers helping students succeed in Sonoma County.
Sonoma County Library is recruiting volunteers for Homework Help at the Rincon Valley and Sebastopol Library Branches for the January-to-May spring term.
Volunteers will assist children and teens with homework assignments and developing literacy and mathematics skills throughout the school year. Volunteers will assist students of all ages individually and in small groups on a drop-in basis. We will train you. A criminal background check (paid for by the Library) is required for volunteers 18 and up.
Bilingual, English/Spanish, volunteers, and those who can help with high school level math and science, are strongly encouraged to apply.
Take this opportunity to make homework more fun for young people, gain education and library-related experience, and have a great time!
To apply, please contact the librarian in charge of Homework Help at your Branch:
- Sebastopol Regional Library: Rosalie Abbott (email@example.com): (707) 823-7691
- Rincon Valley Library: Bill Coolidge (firstname.lastname@example.org): (707) 537-0162
For additional information, please contact Cailin Yeager (email@example.com); (707) 763-9801 ext 0715.
VOLUNTEER APPLICATION AND ORIENTATION PROCESS
Prospective volunteers should submit their application forms to the Library offering Homework Help. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will take place to ensure a good fit between volunteers and the needs of this program. New Homework Helpers must attend a volunteer orientation and training session.
Thank you for your interest in helping our young people succeed.
We look forward to meeting you!