Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust

The Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust provides free literacy tuition to rural and isolated Kiwi adults who missed out on reading and writing skills at school. Our volunteer coaches ring or skype students to help them learn to spell, write and read.

Available Roles:
Volunteer Coordinator
Home Based

Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust
Business Support | Both/Flexible

Are you interested in helping rural and isolated Kiwi adults learn to read, write and spell?

Phone call superstar - virtual
Home Based

Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust
Business Support | Both/Flexible

Do you enjoy chatting to people on the phone? We need people like you to make calls to our students and volunteers to check how they are going, and to let them know about things RYALT is doing.

Team Leader - Virtual Call Centre
Home Based

Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust
Administration | Both/Flexible

We have a small team of 6-8 call centre volunteers. This role involves both leadership and liaison. It involves liaison between staff needing outgoing calls made for various purposes and the e-call centre volunteers, assigning tasks to the volunteers.

E-receptionist to answer phones
Home Based, Port Waikato

Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust
Administration | Working Hours

We are seeking 2-3 people to be on a roster to answer our phone. This can be done from your own home or your mobile phone, thanks to modern technology.

Literacy Coach
Huntly

Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust
Tutoring | Working Hours

We are looking for Literacy Coaches to help teach reading and writing skills to an adult student.

Community Ambassador
Colville, Coromandel, Hahei, Huntly, Kāwhia, Kihikihi, Mangakino, Matamata, Meremere, Morrinsville, Ngāruawāhia, Ngatea, Ōhaupō, Ōtorohanga, Paeroa, Pauanui, Piopio, Pirongia, Pōkeno, Putaruru, Raglan, Tairua, Taupiri, Te Aroha, Te Awamutu, Te Kauwhata, Te Kuiti, Thames, Tirau, Tokoroa, Tuakau, Waihī, Whangamatā, Whitianga, Turangi

Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust
Promotion | Both/Flexible

People with a literacy problem don't read pamphlets so we are looking for people willing to attend your local community network meetings and liaise with other community groups about posters and flyers etc. Maybe to run info stalls at community events too.

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