English Tutor

  • VO92840


The ideal volunteer is someone who likes working with groups of women who shares our vision and willing to work in line with our mission. Experience of working with women of African heritage is most desirable. Knowledge and experience around facilitating groups is essential. Knowledge around the diversity of African cultures is essential. Must be open minded and operate from a place of cultural sensitivity. Must be a good team player. Must have empathy and kindness.

Organisation aims and objectives

Project Esperanza has been a credible force for good that has been dedicated to bringing positive change to the lives of women of African heritage living in the United Kingdom since 2016. The service was run voluntarily as a pilot for five years before acquiring charitable status to assess the need for culturally appropriate support services because there were gaps in the services available specifically for Black and African women in Scotland; and a need for inequalities awareness. We now operate as a womanist initiative as well as a leading Scottish registered charity for people of African heritage that is aiming to reduce health and social inequalities through the provision of specific, specialist, faith sensitive and culturally appropriate services; and we are committed to offering practical, mental health and well-being support to women and families of African heritage living in North Edinburgh.










2 hours per week


Experience required: Previous experience in teaching English is essential.
Travel details: 43 Pennywell Road
Minimum age: 18


Expenses details: No expenses.
Training details: Health and safety training provided
Support: Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 2 months ago