Literacy Center’s tutor training

Imagine not being able to read well enough to pass a test at school or to fill out a form for employment! Over 21,000 adults and many children in Clark County need to learn to read better and many come to the Warder Literacy Center for help. How do we do it? We train people like you, volunteers who want to make a difference in someone else’s life. All it takes is one hour, twice a week. With just a little training, a little time, and a little creativity, you can help an adult gain confidence by improving his ability to read and write. You can help a child stop struggling and get back up to speed at school. Or, if you prefer, you can help an adult learn to speak English. Did you know that over 3,000 Clark County residents come here from other countries? We are the only place they can get help and become proficient in English. Become a volunteer tutor and you can help us help them.

The April workshop will be held at the Warder Literacy Center, 137 E. High Street, Springfield, on two weekday evenings, April 11th & 13th from 5 – 8 pm.

Please phone 323-8617 to volunteer. You can make a difference in someone’s life.