Literacy is more than reading. It means to read, write, compute, solve problems, assess, evaluate, and use information to participate fully at home, at work, and in the community.
Students decide their educational or professional goals and are matched with a tutor for at least one hour per week. In the past our students have accomplished so much through their one-on-one learning!
Tutors are guided in making lesson plans and oriented to our well-stocked library of teaching materials.
Tutors must meet the following requirements:
“The program gave me the tools I needed to have more confidence in myself. It was my first step. I found I learn better if I have one-to-one help. I wouldn’t be where I am today without that first step.”
– Theresa, Student Testimonial