Prospective Tutor Information Session

“Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.”

Attend Literacy Volunteers of Central CT’s prospective tutor information session.
Tuesday, September 11th, 6-7:30PM
New Britain Public Library Conference Room, 3rd Floor

Each year, Literacy Volunteers of Central CT provides small group and one-on-one literacy tutoring to over 350 low literate adults, using student centered instruction and mentoring from volunteer tutors who receive high quality training and ongoing support.

Come find out more on how tutoring in your community you can help adults and families improve their lives through literacy. It’s easy; to register and for more information, please contact Sue at lvccprogassist@gmail.com or call 860 229-7323.

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Spring Newsletter 2018

Family Literacy Registration

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The Family Literacy Program addresses the need for FREE GED and
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes for adults while simultaneously providing a play and learn group for their children. Components of the program include adult education classes (GED & ESOL), Play and Learn literacy based playgroup for children, weekly parenting education programs, and weekly parent and child together activities. The program is a partnership with the New Britain YWCA and New Britain Adult Education.

 

To enroll one must be a mother with at least one child under age 8 and be a resident of New Britain. Classes are held at the YWCA, with limited space for FREE child-care for ages 6 months-2 years. Classes are 3 days a week between Monday and Thursday and meet from 9:00AM-2:00PM (schedule varies by day).

 

To register of for more information call Amina at 860-229-7323, or email lvccfamlit@gmail.com.

 

We are always looking for volunteers to assist in our Play & Learn Child-Care Program, 1 day per week, 3-5 hours.

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