Board Member and Tutor Doug Bell
Sound Learning's board member and math tutor Doug Bell has given his time and talents to improve lives and impact communities. Doug has been an in-demand math tutor since 2010, and has tutored over 7 students in that time. In May 2013 Doug became an active member of the Sound Learning board, and was recently elected Vice-Chair for the coming year. Doug has been a big help at our events, and a generous donor.
When asked why he is involved with Sound Learning, Doug explains:
"My life, as well as those of others, has been profoundly influenced by a good education. It made a significant impact on my interests and gave me a different perspective on life. Also, I strongly believe one of the economic foundations is a skilled, educated workforce. Volunteering at Sound Learning is one way I can help improve things."
"There are Many Ways to Volunteer"
We are looking for volunteers to join our team!
There are many ways to get involved with Sound Learning:
For more information contact us or send an application through our site: click on the 'Volunteer' tab and fill out the 'Volunteer Application.'
Welcome to Sound Learning!
We provide instruction to adults in basic skill improvement (reading, writing, math and problem solving), GED preparation, computers, and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).
We provide these services in classes and small-group tutoring sessions in Mason and Thurston Counties. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to helping adults gain self-sufficiency, improve literacy and develop the essential skills needed to succeed in today’s world. Volunteers are an important part of our service delivery, along with a small professional staff.
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