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Mission Statement

The mission of the Literacy Council of Chelan and Douglas Counties is to actively promote literacy awareness in our community and provide direct tutoring instruction in reading, writing, listening, speaking, and life skills to motivated adult learners in Chelan and Douglas Counties.


The Literacy Council provides English as a second language and basic literacy instruction to adults in Chelan and Douglas counties. We train volunteer tutors to teach small classes of up to six students for a minimum of 15 weeks. Classes meet at the Wenatchee Community Center, other locations in surrounding communities, or online. Our aim is to help students reach self-defined goals related to learning English.


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by Sarah I. from Wenatchee, WA (March 30, 2010)
Volunteering as a tutor for the Literacy Council of Chelan and Douglas Counties has been an incredibly rewarding experience for me. First of all, they gave me a free tutor training so I felt prepared and confident to tutor ESL. When new students joined my class, the Lit. Co. staff introduced them to me and helped break the ice, then they helped me with my first lessons. They also provided me with a classroom and all the resources I needed to teach lessons. I look forward to my classes every week. I got to know my students fairly well, and I take a lot of pride in their achievements. They're very happy with their lessons, and we always have fun in class. I know I'll be volunteering with the Literacy Council for a long time to come.