Limited Raffle - 2023
ONLY THREE SIMPLE STEPS TO WIN!
1. Download The Raffle 2023 Flyer Fill Out the Reservation Form.
2. Make your $100 Check Payable to One to One Learning.
3. Mail the Reservation Form & Your Check to:
One to One Learning 640 N. Midland Ave., Nyack, NY 10960
(We will mail you a numbered receipt raffle ticket.)
We are Hiring
One to One Learning, an immigrant advocacy program located in Rockland County providing English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) instruction to Latino, Haitian and other immigrants, is looking to fill a new position; that of Program Coordinator. The person who fills the position would work under the direction of the Executive Director and facilitate all aspects of the organization’s English Language programs.
The Program Coordinator would be responsible for recruiting, providing an orientation, and continuing to mentor the volunteer teachers who make our program possible. He/she would also evaluate new students looking to enter the program, determine their level of English language proficiency, place them in the appropriate class, and monitor their progress and attendance. The position requires being on the premises two evenings per week (Mondays and Wednesdays) from 7 pm to approximately 10:00 pm while classes are being conducted. Other hours are flexible. The position pays a starting salary of approximately $27 per hour.
The ideal candidate would have a Bachelor’s Degree or be working toward attaining a degree and have demonstrated an interest in pursuing a career in Education. A lived experience in an immigrant community would be a plus, and a conversational knowledge of Spanish is required.
For more information about the position and to schedule an in-person interview please
contact Sister Cecelia LaPietra at OneToOneLearningInc@gmail.com or call (845) 512-8176 during business hours.
It’s a wonderful program thank you to Sister Cesilia for the great job, I highly recommend the program to learn English how to write , how to read , make friends ect.
The work that Sister Cecilia and all her volunteers do year after year with One To One is commendable and noble. She and her volunteers give of themselves and bend to help others become better, fully involved citizens. Sister Cecilia works tirelessly to organize and coordinate the schedules of her volunteers so everything works seamlessly for the benefit of those she seeks to serve. Rivertown Magazine nominates her its August 2017 "Hero of the Year" on One To One's 20th Anniversary.
Constituency and their impact on Rockland County
Our students come from Sparkill, Piermont, Tappan, Nyack, Spring Valley, and other Rockland locations. Some come from Northvale and Norwood, New Jersey. Their countries of origin are El Salvador, Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala, other Central and South American countries, Haiti, and a few from Eastern Europe and Asia. Their ability to speak English leads to their advancement which impacts on the economy of Rockland County providing competent workers in landscaping, construction, culinary and staff in restaurants, health care, child-care, housekeeping, laundering and various occupations in factories. They provide a growing purchasing power and add tax dollars to Rockland. The census of 2010 showed a major increase in the population of Rockland County; the Spanish speaking group with a marked increase. As more immigrants gain residency and citizenship, this will also impact the political scene.