CWJC of Middle TN is seeking active participant; young professional; for a newly launched Junior Executive Board.
Contact Dan Scott for information or to discuss the membership.
Skilled teachers are needed to teach all areas: Math, Science, English/Reading/Writing, Computer (Basic Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet Explorer and Keyboarding), and Job and Life Skills. Empathy blended with expertise creates a positive and freeing environment for the adult participant to gain knowledge and marketable skills necessary for meaningful, good paying jobs. Tutors offer one-on-one support to students in subjects ranging from Math and Science to English, Reading, Computers, Job and Life Skills, to Conversational English. Often, the presence of a tutor lends confidence to the mature student who has re-entered the classroom, and needs encouragement and skill to succeed academically.
Every participant in our program must have a Mentor, a mature Christian, strong in the faith, to come alongside and encourage, listen, pray with, and offer sincere, non-judgmental friendship for the journey. Many of our graduates credit this Mentor relationship with giving that extra support that empowers them to reach this important goal.
Mentors serve 1 to 1 1/2 hours per week.
Statistically, many Adult Education programs fail because of a lack of safe, available care for the children of the participants. CWJC offers free childcare, and often sees great benefits to the children of the participants. Childcare helpers not only offer organized play and snack time, but often help the kids with their homework. Story and craft time rounds out a fun, educational, and overall beneficial program for kids. Often, the participants are encouraged to stay in class by their enthusiastic children!
Childcare workers serve 2 - 4 Hours a Week (or as scheduled with Satellite Coordinator)