Established in 1979 the mission of the Literacy Council
is to provide adult learners with free, confidential,
one-on-one tutoring to develop or improve skills in language,
reading, writing, and math enabling them to reach their goals.
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The Literacy Council
The Literacy Council provides
tutoring to Carroll County residents who request
help or who are referred to us. All potential
students are assessed to determine their ability
levels, interests, and goals. The Council trains
volunteer tutors in the Laubach literacy system,
using Laubach's "each one teach one" system.
Tutors work with students one-on-one, helping
them to reach their goals and achieve their
greatest potential. The Literacy Council offers
students and tutors a wide variety of resources
and materials as well as training and advice to
help them succeed.
Basic computer skills,
ESOL—English for Speakers of Other Languages,
Assistance with applications,
GED and EDP preparation,
Partnering with Community service
organizations and the Carroll Community
College Adult Education program,
Other literacy services as requested.
The Literacy Council of
Carroll County is a volunteer, 501(c)(3)
nonprofit organization affiliated with
ProLiteracy, an international Literacy