REEP volunteers have a desire to help immigrants from all cultures and backgrounds gain the tools that allow them to thrive in a new country. By sharing their everyday knowledge, volunteers make a profound difference in immigrant students’ lives in America. At the same time, volunteers gain a rare insight into a different part of their community and the chance to interact with people from a variety of countries and cultures. REEP also allows its volunteers to explore teaching as a profession and to develop skills that can enhance other aspects of their careers.
**Volunteers are expected to make a minimum commitment of 1.5-3 hours/week for 3 months.**
***ALL VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ARE CURRENTLY VIRTUAL ONLINE DUE TO COVID-19
Ways to Volunteer with REEP
- ESL Teacher – Teach at one of our two community centers in Arlington in the morning or evening.
- ESL Substitute Teacher – Sub for our volunteer ESL teachers at one of two community centers in Arlington in the morning or evening.
- Teaching Assistant – Assist our professional teachers in our intensive program at the Syphax Education Center, Arlington MillCommunity Center, and Wakefield High School, in the morning, late afternoon, or evening.
- Job Coaches – help students achieve their career goals by assisting with resume writing, preparing for interviews, filling out job applications, and selecting a career path.
- Office Assistant – Assist with a variety of projects and tasks at the Syphax Education Center during the day.
- Computer Lab Volunteers – Assist our professional lab assistants at the Syphax Education Center, Wakefield High School, or Arlington Mill Community Center in the morning, late afternoon, and evening.
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**Interns are expected to make a minimum commitment of 15-20 hours/week for 3 months.**