Thank you for your interest in the Winnebago Area Literacy Council! To apply to any of our open positions please send your resume and optional cover letter to:

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Education Programs Assistant

Salary: $16.00-17.00 hourly depending on experience.

Job Type:  Full Time, Monday – Friday with some exceptions for evening or weekend special events.

The Education Programs Assistant will support all WALC education programs including ESL classes, one-to-one tutoring, services for older refugees, and summer enrichment programs for teens with refugee backgrounds.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  1. Assist the Education Director in the following areas: conduct learner needs assessments, assist with initial tutor/learner meetings, source education resources, assist with workshops, source guest speakers, order office supplies, snacks, and equipment when needed, maintain tutor rooms and classrooms, deliver supplies to off-site classes, record keeping.
  2. Provide simple technical support for teachers, tutors, and learners as needed, manage Chromebook check-in and check-out, set up document camera, projectors and laptops as needed.
  3. Fill in for classroom support when short staffed.
  4. Tutor/Teacher support – including scheduling tutor round table discussion groups and teacher meetings, know and be able to access WALC education resources for tutors and teachers.
  5. Support all Special Events.
  6. Participate in weekly staff meetings, attend recommended training programs.
  7. Perform all other assigned duties as requested by the Education Director and Executive Director. 


  • Flexible schedule
  • Professional development assistance


  • Bachelor’s Degree Preferred

Work Location: In person

Transportation Manager

Salary: $18/hour

Job Type:  Short Term – ends in September 2023

Shift and Schedule:  Flexible

Winnebago Area Literacy Council is seeking to fill a short term position for a Transportation Manager.  This position will be in charge of identifying learner needs, pairing WALC learners and transportation trainers, and scheduling appointed times and locations for training to take place.  The training manager will be responsible for making sure all trainers have the Go Transit App, and understand it well enough to educate learners, and develop a trainer protocol.  Detailed documentation and tracking will be necessary – good organization skills are a must.  This person will also be responsible for the WALC van, be responsible for scheduling it’s use for various WALC programs, and driving it when necessary. 


  • Flexible Schedule
  • Short term summer position
  • 3 month bus pass


  • Knowledge of the Go Transit system/comfort with public transportation
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Organized
  • Great Communication Skills
  • Must pass a background check and drivers record check

Work Location: In person and remote possibilities

Public Transportation Trainer

Salary: $14.00 – $16.00 hourly depending on experience.

Job Type:  Casual Part Time, Extremely Flexible

Public Transportation trainers will work one-to-one with Winnebago Area Literacy Council learners (primarily refugees and immigrants new to our area) to teach them how to navigate the Oshkosh Go Transit System.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  1. Meeting learners at their home and teaching them how to reach their destination.
  2. Assisting them with the Go Transit App
  3. Teaching them where and how to purchase transportation tickets
  4. Other duties as assigned by the Transportation Manager


  1. You will be given a bus pass
  2. Flexible schedule – you tell us when you’re available!
  3. Great for resume and college applications


  1. Knowledge of the Go Transit System a plus
  2. Ages 18 +
  3. Employee must be able to meet learners at their homes to begin the public transportation training

Beginner English Teacher

Salary: $14/HR

Job Type:  Part Time, 2 days per week for 2 hour classes plus 1 hour of prep time per class

Winnebago Area Literacy Council is seeking a Teacher for a Beginner English class.  This position would be the lead teacher of basic English skills such as speaking, writing and reading with a learner-centered approach.  Compose Lesson plans with the current attendees in mind – we primarily serve new refugees and immigrants to our area from a variety of different cultural backgrounds.  Engage students to ensure a lively and welcoming classroom atmosphere.  At least one volunteer classroom assistant will be provided – more will be assigned based on attendance. 

Qualifications:  Instructional or Training experience preferred

Work Location: In person, downtown Oshkosh

School Age Children’s Summer Program Coordinator

Salary: $14-$16/Hr

Job Type:  Part Time, Short Term

Shift and Schedule:  Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 – 3 p.m. plus 1 hour planning time per session, June 13th – August 15th

Winnebago Area Literacy Council is seeking a Children’s Summer Program Coordinator to support our Women and Children’s class summer session.  This program coordinator will be responsible for developing summer camp like activities for each session with the assistance of our Educational Director.  The ideal candidate is comfortable working with children, culturally sensitive, and driven to create a lively and welcoming program atmosphere. 



Work Location: In person, St. Andrew’s Church 1100 E Murdock St, Oshkosh

New Voices New Faces Program Assistant

Salary:  $14-$16/Hr

Job Type:  Short Term

Shift and Schedule:  9 weeks starting June 12th

June 12th – July 14th 8 hour days, July 17th – August 11th Mornings Only

Winnebago Area Literacy Council is seeking a New Voices New Faces Program Assistant.  New Voices New Faces is a summer program for teenage refugees and immigrants new to our area, and focuses on providing ELL teens with opportunities to find their voices, tell their stories, interact with and participate in our community and socialize with peers.  We partner with the UW-Oshkosh Arts Core on this program, and emphasize an art based curriculum to transcend language barriers.  Program assistants will assist the Program Manager with curriculum development and implementation, curriculum prep, activities, and other tasks as assigned.


  • Short Term summer position
  • Great college and resume experience
  • Bus Pass Provided


  • Experience/comfort working with teenagers
  • Must be able to pass a background check
  • Creativity/interest in art a plus

Work Location: In person

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