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Welcome to Project Read at the Food Pantry

Learn how you fit into the partnership between the Wesley Food Pantry and Project READ, Adult Volunteer Literacy Program.  Would you like to help out with childcare while clients work on their English, Reading, and Math?  Would you like to help direct clients to the service that they need? Do you want to tutor adult learners in or community in Math, Reading, or ESL? At this session, you can find a place to share your gifts and energy with our community. 

Adult Volunteer Literacy Training (Introduction)

Tutor Training for Project READ

Thank you for wanting to be a tutor with Project READ!  Project READ tutors provide free basic reading, basic math, and/or ESL tutoring to adults in our area in a public community setting (like the library) or in an Adult Ed Classroom at Parkland College or at the Urbana Adult Education Center.  We offer support and training for our tutors so that they are best prepared and supported in working with the learners on their goals.

Adult Volunteer Literacy Tutor Training (Introduction)

Thank you for wanting to be a tutor with Project READ!  Project READ tutors provide free basic reading, basic math, and/or ESL tutoring to adults in our area in a public community setting (like the library) or in an Adult Ed Classroom at Parkland College or at the Urbana Adult Education Center.  We offer support and training for our tutors so that they are best prepared and supported in working with the learners on their goals.

Adult Volunteer Literacy Tutor Training (Introduction)

Thank you for wanting to be a tutor with Project READ!  Project READ tutors provide free basic reading, basic math, and/or ESL tutoring to adults in our area in a public community setting (like the library) or in an Adult Ed Classroom at Parkland College or at the Urbana Adult Education Center.  We offer support and training for our tutors so that they are best prepared and supported in working with the learners on their goals.

One Winter Night 2018

One Winter Night is an annual event that provides a powerful opportunity for our community to learn about homelessness, raise awareness for our friends without an address, and experience a bit of what it might be like to be outside, overnight, in the coldest part of a Central Illinois Winter.

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