Project SHINE has opportunities available for students and older adult volunteers as tutors and instructors. These opportunities are perfect for volunteers interested in working with individuals or classes of elder immigrants and refugees helping them acquire skills to engage actively in their communities by learning basic skills for computer and smart devices, English language, health literacy, and/or citizenship. Volunteers will serve approximately two to four hours weekly at community centers, churches, senior residences where elder immigrants and refugees gather. Those who are bilingual, bicultural, and/or working towards a career in health, computer literacy, and education are in high demand! These volunteers will also develop lesson plans and conduct assessments to measure learner progress. PA work study students can get paid for 8-10 hours/week including class prep and training time. Classes will be held for 8-10 weeks cycles: September - November; January –May.