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Gateway Centre for Learning
Gateway Centre for Learning and various locations
Help adults with low literacy skills acquire and/or improve basic reading, writing, math and computer skills needed to function successfully in society.
Program Facilitator   Bruce County  Grey County 
Junior Achievement of South Western Ontario, Chatham
Bruce County, Grey County
Public Speaking / Facilitation
Barrie Literacy Council
Volunteer tutors are needed to help adults to improve their basic reading, writing, and math skills. Occasionally we have students who require help getting their GED. 
 
NOTE: We ask potential tutors to commit for one year so that they can come alongside a student for that length of time - once students make the decision to learn to read and to improve this skill, they need a tutor who is willing to work with them to increase not only their knowledge but their confidence and self esteem.
Barrie Public Library, Painswick Branch - 48 Dean Ave
Barrie
Your primary role as a storyteller is to provide a positive reading experience for the student. Developing literacy skills requires patience from you, the volunteer, and your buddy. This is a time to share books and stories together. Ensure that the child is doing a variety of different activities and keep the sessions light and fun. Children will learn best if the material is relevant to them and suits their needs. Be enthusiastic and creative and encourage the child to be creative as well.  
 
Check in at the Volunteer Office (Downtown) or Cupboard (Painswick) 15 minutes before the start of the program, get your nametag and go to the Children’s Department. Check in at the Service Desk and get the Reading Buddies bin. The Service Desk staff are available to help you with book selections and any other questions you may have while you are volunteering with the Reading Buddies program. All Buddies will have a folder; please fill out the Reading Buddies Record each week indicating the book titles you read together – a great way to champion their reading success.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orillia and District
at the school
Match with a student in an elementary or secondary school for one hour a week for the school year where you do fun activities at school 1:1 and build a friendship with a child who needs a positive role model.
Orillia and District Literacy Council, Orillia
78 West Street S., Orillia
Tutors will meet with their own student, 1 on 1, twice per week, to assist with reading, writing, numeracy and essential skills. They are asked to occasionally assist with fundraising.
Story Dogs of New Tecumseth
New Tecumseth Public Libraries
Reading program with dogs for children with reading challenges * Children read to dogs to become more comfortable with their reading abilities.
Tutor   Northumberland County 
Rebound Child & Youth Services Northumberland, READbound Tutoring Program
Northumberland County
* Assist with homework 
* Offer encouragement, supportive skills, educational skills 
* Encourage love of learning
New Canadians Centre, Peterborough Branch
New Canadians Centre, Peterborough Public Library or another public space.
Assist newcomers to Canada (mainly adults) with improving their English language skills. Meet once a week at a regular time for one to two hours. Most newcomers are looking for help with conversation, speaking and listening skills, pronunciation and widening their vocabulary. Occasionally help with grammar or academic writing is requested.
Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board, Roger Neilson Public School
Peterborough
Sit with children in Junior Kindergaten and Senior Kindergarten classroom 
Read to children 
Interact with children 
Using tape player to play stories
Douro-Dummer. Municipal Office, Douro - 4th Line, Douro-Dummer Public Library
Douro-Dummer Public Library
To plan and facilitate monthly book clubs at our library. Adult Fiction, Teen Fiction, Non-Fiction, Jr. Fiction. Daytime or evenings-You decide!
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough, Peterborough, Administration
Peterborough
* To assist in the preparation, instruction and evaluation of the JobFit program. 
* To provide guidance and support to program participants.
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough, Peterborough, Administration
City of Peterborough
To assist students Grade 9-12 struggling with academic, personal and/or social difficulties with one-to-one tutoring support to work towards credit achievement, self-advocacy skills, and fostering recognition of academic potential and personal goals.
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough, Peterborough, Administration
Peterborough
To provide assistance to Tutors in lesson planning and student instruction, and general program planning and development.
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough, Peterborough, Administration
Peterborough, Lindsay
To prepare students for the transition into high school and to develop strategies for success; 
To assist in the preparation, instruction, delivery and evaluation of the SoAR program; 
Provide assistance and support to students, fostering self-awareness, advocacy and social skills through positive mentorship.