Volunteer

Our Volunteers

  • Email | sperez@alpsaz.org

Office Volunteer

Sylvia Perez

Sylvia Perez is completing an Office Aide internship through the Department of Labor’s Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) at Adult Literacy Plus; she has been volunteering her time at ALPS since the spring of 2019. She has learned the skills necessary to effectively run an office, including typing, computer and email use, answering multiline phone systems, filing, appointment scheduling and report preparation.

In her spare time, Sylvia visits her grandchildren in San Diego where they enjoy taking strolls along the beautiful bay beaches and parks.

Office Volunteer

Rafael Dominguez

Rafael Dominguez is completing a Custodial internship through the Department of Labor’s Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) at Adult Literacy Plus; he has been volunteering his time at ALPS since the spring of 2019. Through his internship, he has acquired basic knowledge of cleaning procedures and supplies, including operating cleaning equipment, using chemicals safely, and sanitizing and disinfecting classrooms. He is dependable, efficient and self-motivated.
Rafael spends his weekends reading non-fiction historical novels.

Volunteer

Looking to volunteer?

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Can I volunteer at Adult Literacy Plus?

YES! We recruit tutors for individual tutoring in reading, writing and mathematics as well as our conversation classes. We also rely on volunteers for many other valuable services.

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Thank you!

We are very proud and thankful for all our tutor volunteers because we have been able to see our students, who were struggling in their studies, being helped and succeeding.

Application Form

Click here to download the Volunteer Application Form pdf.

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Tutor Volunteers

Our tutor volunteers are volunteers that are willing to meet with students to help them with the subject(s) they are having trouble with. Our volunteers and students are matched with the subject(s), time, location, and dates they are able to meet. After the students and tutors are matched, there are time sheets that must be filled, signed, and turned in to the person that keeps track of the hours worked.

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Who can volunteer?

Most of our volunteers have come in offering their knowledge in either Math, Language Arts or both. We also have volunteers to help students who are learning the English language. A few of our volunteers have been recruited from volunteer fairs or come in by recommendation.