Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas’ Citizenship Education Program offers civics, literacy, and interview preparation classes to refugees and immigrants who are eligible to apply for U.S. Citizenship. The purpose of the Citizenship Education Program is to provide high-quality civics and literacy instruction relevant to the Naturalization process and the USCIS Citizenship Interview Test.
The volunteer teacher will act as the lead instructor of Citizenship class. This volunteer position will focus on preparing materials and delivering lessons for classes, taking attendance, and student record-keeping, managing volunteer tutors, and providing general classroom support. Volunteers will help teach either level B (beginning) or level C (intermediate) students at one of the listed locations, depending on the needs of the program.
The volunteer tutor will focus primarily on leading one-on-one and small group tutoring groups, and providing general classroom support to citizenship education staff members. Volunteers will help tutor either level B (beginning) or level C (intermediate) students at one of the listed locations, depending on the needs of the program
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