Adult Literacy is defined by our funder as the ability of adults to identify, understand, interpret, create, communicate, and use printed and written materials associated with varying contexts.

WHAT DO WE OFFER?

Free one-on-one tutoring to adult learners who seek our help in:
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Document use skills up to and including a pre-GED level
  • English Language Learning for newcomers to Canada

HOW TO APPLY?

To request help from a tutor:
  • Contact our office
  • Complete a short questionnaire to help us understand your needs
  • Meet with your assigned tutor until you have reached your goals

WHO CAN HELP?

We are continuously recruiting and training volunteer tutors who:
Choosing to pursue your learning goals can be intimidating. We are committed to our learners' anonymity and confidentiality!

Donna Taylor, Program Director

  • Have flexible time commitments so working together can continue until our learners reach their learning goals
  • Can attend weekly sessions with adult learners to help them on their journey to reach their learning goals
  • Would love to feel the pride and satisfaction of helping someone build not only their confidence, but also their new future

Please contact us to sign up, or for more information:Contact Form


Volunteer Tutors Required

We are looking for English Language Tutors – Training is provided.

Qualifications for this position:
  • a sense of humour
  • flexibility

Benefits of this position according to our Volunteers:
  • rewarding and enjoyable experience
  • Great friendships have formed through our tutor/learner matches

Please contact Donna Taylor to discuss this opportunity.