There are different ways to become involved with the Augustine Literacy Project and different levels of involvement.
Become an Augustine Tutor
No previous teaching experience is necessary. Tutors pay for materials and commit to a minimum of 60 hours of pro bono tutoring. Our five-day training includes in-depth reading instruction and 15 hours of preparation and practice with a student. You will be part of a supportive community of dedicated Augustine tutors. Scholarships are available.
Spread the Word
ALP is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or genetic information.
Augustine Literacy Project – Charlotte is seeking a part time Bookkeeper. This organized and reliable individual will handle general bookkeeping, payroll and some financial reporting responsibilities. The schedule for this position is flexible within 9-5 Monday – Friday work week and will work 15 hours a week. For additional details about the job
To apply please send resume, cover letter and professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 15, 2020 for best consideration.
Become a Partner School
There are many benefits to being a partner school. If you are a principal or literacy facilitator of a Title I elementary school and would like your school to be considered for partnership, please contact Augustine Literacy Project Director, Alison Houser.
Become a Community Partner
Our Community Partners provide us invaluable support. From hosting our informational coffees or training sessions, to running a company Book Fair, our Community Partners have aided our growth in creative and substantial ways.
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“Reading can take you to a whole other world. When you see a child with her eyes glued to a book, what do you think? I see a child who wants to go places! Who wants a bright future! Wouldn’t you love to say that you helped a child grow?”
Student at Nathaniel Alexander Elementary School