We’re starting to think about summer at the library. I know, it seems a little too soon, considering we have hardly had any spring yet to speak about. But we’re always a few months ahead when it comes to planning, and summer is one of our busiest times.
This summer, we’re looking for a student Summer Literacy Tutor. The position is challenging, exciting, and creative, and we hope to find just the right person to help us expand our tutoring spaces. The lucky candidate will plan lessons, work one-on-one with a child in junior or senior kindergarten, and will be trained to help encourage and maybe even advance the literacy skills of a child who might be struggling.
If you are a student between the ages of 15-30, were in school full time this past year and plan on returning full time in the fall, then you meet the first of the requirements. Please see the full job description here.
If this sounds like the position for you, then you can send us a cover letter and resume. All of the contact information is on the employment link in the paragraph above. We’ll only contact those who are selected for an interview. Please have your resume in by Thursday, May 11 and 5pm.