Tutor Training Workshop, Part 1


Our program requires completion of a 15-hour training workshop.  Tutors are asked to commit two hours per week to one-to-one tutor/learner sessions held at Main Library and branch library locations.  Just two hours a week can give a gift that lasts a lifetime!

The workshop will be held in the Friends Conference Room at the Main Library on the 2nd floor.  Entrance to Main Library is through the employee's entrance door on Putnam Avenue, off Cass Avenue.

Light breakfast will be provided.

R.S.V.P. is required for registration.  Please contact:

Susan Taylor, Literacy Specialist
(313) 481-1362 or (313) 481-1363



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