Lewis & Clark Literacy Council
Listing Last Update: June 6, 2018
- Reading and writing
- Find a family literacy program
- To help my child learn
- To study for high school equivalency
- English language
- How to use Computers/Technology
- Volunteer at a Program
- Information about the GED Test
- Family literacy program
You may use the contact information above to reach out to the program
or call 1-877-389-6874 for more help.
Our nonprofit ESL(English as a Second Language) and Adult/Family basic education program offers FREE one -to-one and small group tutoring to adults and their families. Teaching is provided by trained volunteers, many of whom are certified educators. We offer individualized instruction that works with YOUR SCHEDULE - days, nights and weekends.
The L&CLC helps adults and their families acquire the reading, writing, basic math,English language, American culture and work-based literacy skills, so that they may reach their fullest potential within their families, at work and in our community.
The L&CLC helps all literacy-needy adults, young adults (and families) in Helena and the surrounding communities. We assist with varying literacy needs including, financial, health, workplace and English language needs.
Hours of operation: 9am - 1pm, evenings by appointment
Cost info: Free
Student and Volunteer Success Stories
Hello: I am from Brazil and my first language is Portuguese. Without the help of the Lewis & Clark Literacy Council and my wonderful teachers, I may not have been able to adjust and do well in Helena. Learning English has made it possible to get my driver's license, enroll my daughter in school, get an apartment, get a job at Costco, buy a car, establish credit and
getting my citizenship. Better English help me at restaurants, travel, banks, doctor's offices, my work and for talking with my boyfriend. The L&C Literacy Council has changed my life!
2018 marks the start of a new program for the Lewis and Clark Literacy Council. Book Pals are adult volunteers who meet once a week with students at a local Title 1 elementary school to provide before-school reading support to young students. We have 23 volunteers reading with 54 students every week! We are so grateful for the time & energy of these community volunteers, and looking forward to lots of fun reading together.
ACTIVE VOLUNTEER MATCHES THIS YEAR = 66
VOLUNTEER HOURS THIS YEAR = 2600 HOURS
Got a job or a better job- 11
Citizenship - 3
Entered training or other educational
program - 8
Registered to vote -2
Obtained driver's license - 4
Increase involvement in school &
community - 11
Attained consumer skills - 12
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