Giving Back To Your Community
Are you looking for a rewarding way to volunteer in your community while helping an adult improve their life? Volunteering at the Upland Public Library’s Adult Literacy Program is a wonderful way to offer service to your city. The Adult Literacy Program provides free, private, one-on-one tutoring for adults seeking assistance in improving reading and writing skills. After an initial interview, the adult learner is matched with a volunteer-tutor and they meet once or twice a week at the Upland Public Library. Adult learners set their own goals based on their needs. Here are some of the areas where our specially trained tutors can help:
• Tutoring for the GED or citizenship test.
• Reading and writing improvement
• Comprehension and spelling improvement
Since its start in 1989, the completely grant-funded Adult Literacy Program has successfully impacted the lives of over 1,000 individual adult learners with the help. For more information, or to volunteer as a tutor, please contact the Literacy Coordinator at (909) 931-4211.
How You Can Help
- Volunteer your time as a tutor
- Refer students or tutors to the literacy program
- Contribute funds, materials, equipment, or your time to the literacy program
If you would like to volunteer, please call the Literacy Coordinator at (909) 931-4211 or apply by clicking here. Please, indicate "Adult Literacy Tutor" on the application.
Volunteer Training Opportunity
The Adult Literacy program provides free, private, one-on-one tutoring for low literate adults seeking assistance in improving reading, writing, vocabulary and comprehensions skills. Literacy tutors are matched with students based on schedule availability.
For more information please call the Literacy Coordinator at (909) 931-4211.