The Literacy Council of Central Alabama (LCCA), which serves Blount, Jefferson,Shelby, St. Clair and Walker counties, is training adult literacy tutors, and the LCCA needs you.
After all, more than 90,000 adults in the Council’s service area are illiterate.
To register for training workshops to become a tutor in adult basic literacy or English as a Second Language (ESOL), you must attend an orientation.
These free orientation sessions last an hour and a half and are held the first Thursday of each month except during July and December. The next session is scheduled for Thursday, September 6, at 11:30 a.m.
For information, call (205) 326-1925 or visit www.literacy-council.org.
The Literacy Council is located at 2301 First Ave. North, Ste. 102, in the Loft District downtown.
According to their recent news release, the LCCA recently became the first agency in the state of Alabama to be awarded accreditation by the national non-profit organization, ProLiteracy. For more information about ProLiteracy, go to www.proliteracy.org.
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