Volunteer with us
VOLUNTEER WITH WAW
WAW relies upon a diverse batallion of volunteer members whose time and wide variety of skills are crucial to the continuation of WAW's mission. Volunteers contribute in many ways both locally and from afar by helping with event planning/coordination, fundraising, writing and editing projects, PR and advocacy, administrative tasks, and teaching ESL classes in Queens.
See below for job descriptions of some of our current needs.
TUTORS- WAW NY:
2-4 hours per week/flexible
You will be helping a child (1st-8th grade) to complete and understand their homework as well as reinforcing skills from their grade level. The majority of our clients are preliterate and unable to help their children complete homework. Become a tutor and help empower a family through education!
TEACHERS- WAW NY:
2+ hours per week/flexible
Use your professional experience as an ESL Teacher or TESOL student to teach and develop lesson planning techniques and applications for pre-literate women. These classes are part of the WAW legacy and often how clients first encounter our organization. We also need teachers for our Citizenship classes and Driver's Ed classes.
Due to the nature of this volunteer opportunity we are only able to accept female volunteers.
Sign on to our Volunteer list and let our volunteer coordinator (also a volunteer!) contact you to see how yourÂ contributions and skills can best match WAW's needs.
VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: Â Meet just a few of our dedicated volunteers.