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Project READ

Become A Tutor

Tutoring is an incredibly rewarding activity. It requires training and time. Below are the steps to becoming a tutor.

Formal trainings are held regularly throughout the year and will be announced here as they are scheduled. You will need to register for the training and fill out an official application before attending. For more information, please call Elizabeth Partridge at 442.5321.

General Information

The training we provide is for the benefit of Project READ learners only.

We use the information below to match the prospective tutor with a student. This is an unsecured transmission. You may also download and print the application to mail or fax to us. You may fax it to 360.442.5954, or mail it to:

Project READ
Longview Public Library
1600 Louisiana St.
Longview, WA 98632

When we receive your application, we will call or email you to confirm.


Home Address (please include City, State and Zip):

Home Phone:

Cell Phone:

E-mail Address:


Work Address:

Work Phone:

When are you available to meet with a student?
What Days? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

What Time of Day/Evening?

Please Tell Us About Yourself:


Date of Birth:


How did you hear about us?

(Please specify)

There are many other volunteer opportunities with Project READ and the Longview Public Library. Please select any that interest you and someone will contact you to discuss what is involved.

Fundraising Public Relations Training other
Office/Clerical Small Group Instruction

If you are interested in being a volunteer for youth programs, please follow this link.

Please describe why you would like to become a literacy tutor:

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