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Project READ - Adult Literacy Program

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Literacy works.

Improved literacy helps everyone by providing a better workforce, a more engaged community, and great role models for the future. Project READ has been helping improve adult literacy in our community since 1986.

Adult literacy is an individual's ability to read, write, speak English, compute, and solve problems at a level necessary to function on the job, in the family, and in the community.

With Project READ, individuals can improve skills in reading, writing, math, English, study for a GED or US Citizenship interview, learn to use a computer, and much more FREE.

Literacy is a partnership.

What can you do?

Come to the Longview Public Library.
Get a tutor.
Refer people to literacy programs.
Promote learning opportunities.
Share information about literacy programs.

Become a volunteer literacy tutor.

If you are patient, friendly, reliable, and want to meet new people, we need you. Help adults achieve their dreams and create a better future. Click here to download the two-part application: Application and Agreement.

Teach reading, writing, English, math, or help study for the GED or to take the U.S. Citizenship exam.

We ask for two hours per week for a minimum of six months to work one-on-one with an adult to reach literacy goals to improve his or her future, as well as the future of our community.

Training and orientation are provided. Contact Elizabeth for more information - 360.442.5321 - elizabeth.partridge@ci.longview.wa.us

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