STUDENT TUTOR ENTRY PROGRAMS
Student Tutor Entry Programs or STEPs is where our tutors and students start off. Students and tutors are matched with a day and a time, not to a particular person. Students may work one-on-one with a tutor, in a group or on a computer. Students are assessed by Program Coordinators and provided an individual program of study based off of their level and personal goals. The STEPs coordinators will plan student lessons based their individual program of study, goals, and your feedback from the lesson.
The STEPs Center exists in large part thanks to an Adult Education and Family Literacy grant from the Wisconsin Technical College System.
STEPs tutoring times are:
- Tuesday 9-11am
- Tuesday 6-8pm
- Wednesday 9-11am
- Saturday 10-12noon
STEPs students want …
- Tutoring in reading, writing, or English
- To earn their GED
- Better work opportunities
- To support their children’s educations Computer skills
If you can help with any of the above, we would love to have you as a tutor. What are the top reasons to be a STEPs tutor? Flexibility. Snowbirds and vacationers are welcome. Variety. Work with different students, many from around the world. Community. Chat over coffee and snacks during break, and enjoy potlucks and game