Contact:

TRTC

(407) 803-3126

Email: trtcenter@hotmail.com

Donate online or send:

all gifts & donations to

TRTC

P.O. Box 680736

Orlando, FL 32868

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Total Restoration Transformation Center, Inc is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit recognized by the IRS. Fed ID# 22-3876731 

Volunteer

POSITIONS

01

GED/ SAT Tutor

Total Restoration Transformation Center is looking for tutors to work one-on-one with adult learners preparing for GED or SAT tests. Tutor in one or more subjects (Reading/Writing, Social Studies, Science, or Math).   (Tuesday & Thursday 10am-2pm)

02

OFFICE ASSISTANT

Answering phones • Data entry • Filing • Maintenance of office space • Must present a professional appearance and a friendly manner • Must be dependable and punctual • Be courteous and personable when dealing with the public • Be self-directed, willing to take initiative, and detail-oriented • Respect and maintain confidentiality of Total Restoration Transformation Center volunteers, partners, and donors • Computer skills are desired, Attends general volunteer orientation · Time Commitment · (Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm).

03

Summer Program Tutor

Tutor assists children, aged kindergarten through twelfth grade in the development of reading skills and enjoyment. 2. Tutor engages in academic activities with selected students either one-on-one or with small groups. The Children’s Reading Tutor will assist school-aged children with improving their reading skills through systematic reading/tutoring sessions. QUALIFICATIONS • Excellent reading skills and willingness to share your love of reading • Excellent people skills, enthusiasm for helping children, respectful attitude • Ability to work separately with child within a larger context of child/tutor groups • Creative and enthusiastic when covering lesson plans and reading selected books

04

Community Outreach Volunteer

As a frontline ministry, every other weekend TRTC provides homeless and impoverished families with spiritual guidance, clothing, hygiene items, social service referrals, food items, and hot meals. Volunteers seek out the neediest neighborhoods and ‘weekly hotel ‘areas to serve as many as possible.