From tutors who work one-on-one with our students, to those that support our events and fundraising activities, we're grateful for the generosity, dedication, and commitment of all our volunteers.

For more information about volunteer opportunities, call us at (414) 344-5878 or email volunteer@literacyservices.org.

Volunteer Opportunities

Become a Tutor

Join a team of nearly 400 talented volunteer tutors who work one-on-one with students to provide more than 22,000 hours of instruction each year. Tutors are matched with students across all programs, and receive full orientation and training. We ask that our volunteer tutors commit to providing at least 90-minutes of instruction a week at our center in downtown Milwaukee. All volunteer tutors must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma.

Front Desk Support Volunteer

The Front Desk Support Volunteer will assist the organization and staff in communicating with incoming students, donors, and other guests and callers to fulfill their requests, as well as maintain respectful confidentiality of personal information. The shift is 4 hours a week, Friday mornings from 8:30am-12:30pm. We are looking for 4 volunteers, willing to serve on alternating Fridays. The commitment can be short-term or ongoing. To apply contact Robin Brisco at 414-344-5878 or by email at robin@literacyservices.org.

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More Volunteer Opportunities

Behind the scenes, LSW has a team of volunteers that work on and support events, projects, and fundraising activities.

Please email volunteer@literacyservices.org if you'd like to get involved in other volunteer opportunities, either on an individual or corporate basis.

 

Corporate Support

LSW is pleased to partner with many respected Milwaukee companies. These partners support LSW in a variety of ways, including individual tutoring; forming tutor teams (up to four volunteers that each tutor once a month); sponsoring our fundrasing events; sharing technical, creative, or artistic expertise; and leading projects that inspire both students and volunteers.