Are you interested in helping break down the digital divide across Maine and in your community? If so, there are two ways to volunteer with the NDEC and make a difference:
Volunteer Tutor Program
If you are interested in becoming an NDEC Volunteer Tutor, we are interested in talking to you. All NDEC Volunteer tutors must have internet access at their residence sufficient to participate in Zoom classes and tutoring. However, we supply the device – either a Samsung Android wireless tablet or a Windows 10 computer – which is yours to keep after you’ve completed a specific number of tutoring and training hours.
To find out more about the Volunteer Tutor Program and whether it is a good fit for you, please Click Here!
Partner Onsite Classes Program
We are now encouraging libraries, adult education programs, and community centers to be part of our Partner Onsite Classes Program where each location selects which of our online classes they will have onsite seats for at their facility. Each location will need one or more Volunteer Onsite Class Facilitator to assist the NDEC Class instructors.
To find out if the Partner Onsite Classes Program is something your organization or facility should consider, please Click Here.
NDEC Code of Conduct
All volunteers and staff of the National Digital Equity follow a Code of Conduct. Reviewing this Code of Conduct, before agreeing to be part of NDEC or recruiting others to volunteer with us is recommended. To review the Code of Conduct, please Click Here!