English as a
Second Language (ESL)
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How to Help:
Become a Tutor
Become a Volunteer
Make a Donation
Thanks for reporting your volunteer hours online!
One-to-One Tutors and Non-Tutor Volunteers reports:
Click on the appropriate link below or use the link emailed to you by Karen or Sharon.
North Port: 1-to-1 Report to Karen
Venice: 1-to-1 Report to Sharon
If you meet separately with more than one student, complete one form for each student.
To open a blank form after hitting Submit, click on Refresh or Reload at the top of your browser.
If you are entering only non-tutoring hours, you will need to enter 0 (zero) in the Tutoring, Preparation, and Travel blanks.
Class Instructors and Small Group reports:
Please provide a monthly attendance sheet to Karen or Sharon either via email or a paper copy to their office. Click here for a blank Attendance Sheet. This form is available from your Coordinator as a spreadsheet in which you could enter Student names and hours on your computer if you have Microsoft Excel software.
Start Now! North Port (SN!NP) volunteers:
Kim Pike will collect and report your SN!NP hours. If you also tutor students not in the SN!NP program, please report non-SN!NP hours per the instructions above.
WANT A RECORD OF YOUR SUBMISSION? There is a way to save the online report while it's on your screen using the Snipping Tool available in Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10. It works better than the Print Screen key on the keyboard because you can select the information you want to copy. If you decide to use this method, it's important to remember to Submit each report after making the Snipped copy.
It may be easier to keep a log, either on your computer or in a notebook, to record the hours that you report for yourself and each student. Some tutors keep their volunteer hours on a separate calendar for each student, write the total hours on the corner of the page at the end of the month, and make a big check to indicate the report was submitted. A great reminder to report monthly is to get in the habit of not turning to the next month without totaling and submitting. Class instructors could write a note on their monthly attendance sheet that they submitted their report online.