Choose an agency close to you!
- Central Wisconsin Literacy Council
- Fond du Lac Literacy Services
- Fox Valley Literacy Council
- Literacy Council of Sheboygan County
- Literacy Door County, Inc.
- Literacy Green Bay
- Literacy Partners of Kewaunee County
- Marinette & Oconto Counties Literacy Council
- McLit Marathon County Literacy Council
- One-to-One Adult Literacy Partners
- Portage County Literacy Council
- Winnebago County Literacy Council
- Barron County Area Literacy Council
- Coulee Region Literacy Council
- ICAA Crossroads Literacy - Rusk
- ICAA Crossroads Literacy - Sawyer
- ICAA Crossroads Literacy - Washburn
- Literacy Chippewa Valley
- Taylor County Literacy Council
- West CAP Literacy Program
- Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County
- Adult Learning Center
- Centro Hispano Milwaukee
- Greater Waukesha Literacy
- International Learning Program/Neighborhood House of Milwaukee
- Journey House
- Kenosha Literacy Council
- Literacy For All, Inc.
- Literacy Services of Wisconsin
- Milwaukee Public Library
- Racine Literacy Council
- YWCA of Southeast Wisconsin
- Baraboo Area Literacy Council (BALC)
- Cultural Linguistic Services (UW)
- Children's Dyslexia Center-Madison
- The Kids Ranch
- Jefferson County Literacy Council
- Latino Academy of Workforce Development
- Literacy Council of Green County Ltd
- Literacy Network
- Literacy Volunteers-Marquette County, Inc.
- Omega School
- Racine Literacy Council
- Sauk Prairie Area Literacy Council
- Stateline Literacy Council
- Wisconsin Institutions Literacy Council (WILC)
About Literacy Can't Wait
This fall, Wisconsin Literacy, Inc., and its member agencies have a tutor recruitment drive from August 1st through December 1st. This drive draws attention to the need for volunteer tutors in order to reduce waiting lists of learners at our member agencies.
This 16-week recruitment drive, sponsored by Dollar General Literacy Foundation, the American Family Dreams Foundation, the Vernon Library Supplies, and WEA Trust, provides a venue for Wisconsin citizens to give the gift of literacy to their communities. A growing number of these professionally trained volunteer tutors play an important part in helping dislocated workers re-enter the workforce. Most tutors volunteer one-to-three hours per week, often providing life-changing results for adult learners. In smaller, more individualized settings, our member agencies offer basic skills to help adults get back to work with improved computer and math skills and basic literacy services. With adequate preparation, adult students are encouraged to enter the Wisconsin Technical College System and/or to explore career pathways.
More than 1.5 million Wisconsin residents are in need of literacy services. Become part of the solution by signing up to be a volunteer tutor today. Visit our Find a Program page or call 608.257.1655.
Our members' literacy programs are designed to provide much needed services in their communities. Find a program near you.
The literacy work of our members generates real change in their communities. Find out more about some of their success stories.