Women in Recovery Mentor Program
WLC has partnered with Family & Children's Services Women In Recovery graduates for a mentoring program. This is an opportunity to support those women who have successfully completed the WIR program and are re-establishing their lives in our community. As a mentor to a WIR graduate you will participate in monthly WLC programming that is designed specifically to enhance the mentor/mentee relationship as well as provide practical life skills. All participants are carefully screened to assess compatibility between pairs.
For more information contact Diane Powell at email@example.com
Consider volunteering just 30 minutes a week at one of CAP Tulsa’s Early Childhood Education centers where simply reading to a class of preschoolers will make a big difference in their lives. WLC members volunteer on designated Thursdays each month beginning at 10:30 a.m. at select locations. Complete the form below to register.
Become a Reading Partner and become a Hero! You will be matched with one student for whom you will serve as tutor, mentor and friend. If you are unable to commit weekly, you can also sign up as a substitute tutor, volunteering less frequently with a range of students that require make-up sessions.
On average, for every 1 month in Reading Partners, students gain 1.6 months of reading ability. As students learn faster, they can begin to narrow their achievement gap and catch up to their peers.