If you were to walk into any TEACH site, you would see volunteers of all ages teaching adults of different language levels learning how to read and write. The volunteers would be engaging their learners in phonic games, role-playing, reading stories, playing bingo, and maybe even creating historical puzzles and stories. These and other activities are available to all tutors as they help their learner acquire important life skills, and overcome the barriers of being labeled “foreign.”How to become a tutor 1. Call TEACH at 708-603-2963 requesting information about the tutor training program. 2. Click here to sign up and join our free tutor training session. 3. After you have completed the training, we will match you with a student at an hour that is convenient for you - morning, afternoon, or evening. 4. The minimum requirements are one hour per week with the same student on the same day, time and location. 5. Our calendar matches the school year with a 6-week optional summer session.New Tutor Training SessionsWe offer a mixture of in-person and remote training sessions. Our 12-hour training sessions include in-person meetings as well as independent study. Both in-person training sessions are required: Session 1: Introduction to TEACH and Tutoring Adults Session 2: Materials and Lesson PlanningTutor Training Sessions are scheduled throughout the year. If you would like more information about becoming a TEACH Tutor, please email Silvia Chavez.