Reading ASSIST Institute is looking for volunteers

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Volunteer and make a difference for a struggling reader

The Reading ASSIST Institute (RAI) in Milford is looking for individuals to help students in local elementary schools gain literacy skills by volunteering with RAI’s Volunteer Tutor Program for just one half day per week. RAI provides all of the training and materials you’ll need free of charge. Transportation and a high school diploma or GED are required. Training classes start in early October. Make a difference for a struggling reader. Contact Sue McGrath at Reading ASSIST today for more information.
302-425-4080 or smcgrath@readingassist.org.

The Reading ASSIST Institute is a non-profit agency that was developed in 1989 to improve the literary skills for children at risk for reading failure. With its operations mainly in Delaware it has also expanded into Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey. The Milford branch which primarily helps with downstate public schools has Volunteer Tutor Program Venues in southern districts such as Milford, Indian River and Seaford.

The local Milford branch of the Reading ASSIST Institute is located at 1002 Mattlind Way and can be reached at 302-422-2299 or info@readingassist.org.

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