Our Volunteers are the Wheels that Keep Us Running
You can set the wheels r-r-r-r-rolling for a literacy success story!
Tutors do not need to speak or understand another language to tutor.
HOW TO VOLUNTEER:
Health studies confirm that volunteering improves your health and your life. Join like-minded people who are giving of their time and talents to move our communities forward.
Since 1993, School and Tutors on Wheels has trained more than 2,500 tutors between 18 and 85 years of age of all backgrounds-homemakers, college students, professionals, and retirees-who come from Chicago and 45 suburbs. We have helped more than 5,000 students from 35 suburbs. It's easy, and there's always a friendly peer tutor around to offer help to new tutors. Join us today, because Literacy Volunteering is fun and rewarding!
School and Tutors on Wheels Tutoring Locations
Tutors are the wheels that make our program run! It is not necessary to speak a second language to volunteer in our program. We provide the training and tools needed to make the tutoring experience easy and enjoyable. Becoming a volunteer is simple. The first step is to sign up for a free tutor training workshop. We then match you with a student at an hour that is convenient for you, morning, afternoon or evening. If you would like to become a tutor, call School and Tutors on Wheels at 630-217-0396
Be a Literacy Life-Changer
When you become a tutor you feel good and
live a longer, healthier life!
Enhance your life by becoming a one-on-one tutor. You don't need to speak a second language. We make it easy and enjoyable. Our family of more than 400 tutors come from Chicago and 45 suburbs. Some are as young as college age and are eager to improve the world. Many are seniors whose valuable life experiences enhance the quality of our program. We are at a site near you in DuPage county and western Cook county. Studies show that volunteer tutors reap many benefits: they enjoy longer, healthier, more satisfying lives! Sign up today for our free training workshop.