Volunteers Are Vital: Incorporating Volunteers Into Your Program's Future
Volunteers often provide the vital link that enables literacy programs to offer high-quality educational opportunities for adults and families seeking to improve their reading, writing and English-language skills. The roles that volunteers play in literacy programs are varied. Many programs rely solely on volunteers to teach students, while others use volunteers for fundraising, outreach, event planning, and public relations. No matter where you fall along the continuum, this course presents a blueprint for successfully incorporating volunteers into the day-to-day life of your program.
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