February Volunteer Spotlight: Michelle

Our Spotlight of the month is Michelle!

Michelle started volunteering with us two years ago, after she retired from the Oshkosh Area School District as an elementary school teacher. At WALC Michelle is a tutor, a classroom helper, and a substitute teacher. She also generously contributed her time at Spellbound For Literacy and the Farmers Market this past year. Always ready to jump in and help, Michelle has quickly become a mainstay in our WALC offices.

With a lifelong passion for fostering diverse learning environments, Michelle’s journey to our literacy council was a natural fit. She taught in Germany for 16 years, and during that time she had students from all over Europe, which she found invigorating. Michelle said she loves being a volunteer here because she loves the energy that the WALC staff, teachers and learner’s supply. She admires the unrelenting dedication demonstrated by our learners, who work extremely hard every day; even just to get to class!

Michelle, your commitment and enthusiasm have solidified your place as an integral part of our WALC family. We extend our deepest gratitude for the invaluable contributions you make every day. Thank you for everything you do!

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