Can You Tell a Story?

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03_Guild for the BlindCan you tell an exciting “story” just by using words?

Xavier Society for the Blind provides books and periodicals on audio CDs for those who cannot read Braille or who prefer to listen to materials.

Work on your own schedule, out of your own home, any time in the day or night.

As a volunteer, you read books aloud using their home computers or personal digital recording devices with a headset microphone.

Materials and a style sheet will be sent to you. Programs and equipment (headset and microphone) can be supplied if needed.  Our IT Director will work with you to make sure the programs are properly installed.

Skill Needed:  Strong command of the English language.

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3 Responses to “Can You Tell a Story?”

  1. Abraham Alarcon says:

    Hello. I am interested in serving as a volunteer. Please let me know how I can help. Please email me at your earliest convenience.

  2. Peter Anthony Gallett says:

    Would you please send me information on your Tell-a-Story program? I might be able to be of use. Thank you.

  3. Kevin Flaherty says:

    I am interested in volunteering for this program. Please let me know if this is possible. God bless.

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