Community Action Project: Frontier College Literacy Tutoring
Become a literacy tutor
One in six Canadian adults can't read well enough to understand the information on this page. You can help in the fight against illiteracy by volunteering as a Literacy Tutor with Frontier College.
Frontier College's Literacy Tutors work in homework clubs which are hosted by community agencies and high schools. Literacy Tutors work as a part of a team to deliver high-quality academic support to children and youth in these community settings. Literacy Tutors may work with a broad range of students, including newcomers, students with special needs, and/or pre-school aged children.
All tutors will receive full training from Frontier College.
This opportunity is open to all University of Toronto Students.
How to apply
Follow these four steps to get involved:
- Complete the Frontier College application process
- Attend an orientation session and tutor training with Frontier College
- Participate as a tutor for 1.5 hours/week
- Attend 2 reflection sessions with the CCP
After completing all of the requirements, you can add the experience to your Co-Curricular Record.
When and where
Schedule and time commitment: You will tutor students for 1.5 hours/week. The choice of day (and time of day) is flexible, depending on the location you choose.
Location: All locations are in downtown Toronto.
For questions or further information, please contact Cherrie Kwok at firstname.lastname@example.org.