​​​If you are interested in applying your skills to any of these positions contact Jan at jan@swvalleyliteracy.org.

Database Support
Communications Assistant
Event Planning and Fundraising
Experience: Microsoft Office and Access Database
Experience: Communications and/or
Experience: Event planning and/or

Role: run queries, enter new 

data, and update changes.                               Produce monthly and quarterly 


Role: Support website and Facebook Team. Help us celebrate tutor anniversaries, create event

announcements, collect and write student success


Role: Coordinate invitations for tutor meetings, event planning, and                

fundraising ideas.   Create event planning “ESL toolkit” to support 

various partner events throughout the 


Frequency: monthly

Frequency: monthly

Frequency: as needed

Office Administration and

Follow Up

Research for Annual Grants

Tutor Training & Mentoring


Experience: Detail-oriented person.

Bi-lingual in Spanish

Experience: Analytical skills

Experience: Highly trained and

experienced ESL teacher

Role: Track monthly tutor time sheets,

follow up with tutors, follow up with 

student responses to mailings, and

billing preparation.

Role: Analyze Southwest Valley statistics on           

literacy, schooling, population needs, etc.

Summarize and assemble YTD Southwest

Valley Literacy stats (students, # of tutors,
student achievements by city).

Organize specific information required

for each grant.

Role: Learn the proven Laubach method,

gain Pro-Literacy Tutor Trainer
Certification and become part of our

training/mentoring team


Frequency: monthly
Frequency: 2 X per year

Frequency: 6 workshops per year

after certification

While our main mission is to effectively teach English Language skills to those who do not read, write or speak English, many other skills are needed.

As a nonprofit, we need to tell our story so we gain support for our activities. We must answer the question:

         “Does Southwest Valley Literacy tutoring have an impact on its students and the cities in which

          they live?”

Behind the scenes are these very important volunteer activities that help answer that question with a YES! 

Other Roles  Supporting Literacy