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Adult Literacy Program

Posted on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 1:48 am

The Lake County Library System Adult Literacy Program can offer you an amazing opportunity! This program is designed to provide adults, who are interested in improving their English language skills, an opportunity to work with a volunteer tutor to achieve their literacy goals – specifically, improved conversation, reading, and writing skills. In addition to general tutoring, the Adult Literacy Program also offers citizenship classes, pre-GED instruction, conversation groups, and web-based learning.
Volunteer tutors are provided training, support, and resources to enable them to work with adult learners in one-to-one or small group meetings. They meet at their local Lake County library and have access to books, multi-media kits, cd-roms/dvds, games, computer-based tools, and other resources to help the learners achieve their goals. Do you have 2-4 hours per week? With a little training and support you could become a part of this amazing program! Go to your local library and find out how you can get started!
You can change someone’s life by telling them about this FREE program. Tell one, tell many. Do you belong to a group, organization, or church – can you post a flyer, tell key people, ….? The possibilities are endless!
To learn more please contact Erika L. Greene, Literacy Coordinator, at 352-253-6183 or visit mylakelibrary.org and follow the links to the Adult Literacy Program.