LAB is busy making plans for the FALL!
CALL 321-301-4496 if you are interested in joining one of the NEW Conversational Cafes that will begin in September.
SEPTEMBER TUTOR TRAINING
Partnering with The Adult Literacy League, which represents
the literacy programs in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties,
we are pleased to announce the opportunity for BREVARD COUNTY RESIDENTS
interested in becoming tutors for Literacy for Adults in Brevard to participate via ZOOM.
SEND US AN EMAIL FOR THE SEPTEMBER DATES!
EMAIL US at:
firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions and to sign up!
CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH CAFE SESSIONS
COMING THIS FALL:
* What Library is convenient for you?
* What day of the week could you attend?
* What 90 minutes of the day works for you?
CALL 321-301-4496 and leave us a message!
Watch this space for regular updates as they happen.
Sponsored by Literacy for Adults in Brevard in collaboration with Brevard County Library System
The Conversation Cafe is a FREE and INFORMAL session to provide adults learning English, an opportunity
to practice speaking and listening
in a friendly and informal environment.
SPACE IS LIMITED!
Cafes will not be held on holidays.
Please call 321-301-4496 or email us at email@example.com to secure your spot at the cafe!
LAB is in need of some hard working volunteers to join our Board!
SEE OUR "LATEST NEWS PAGE" for the Job Description & how to apply.
Literacy for Adults in Brevard (LAB) Inc. is a group of trained local volunteers who teach literacy skills to adults to help them achieve their full potential within their families, their jobs and their communities.
NEED TO KNOW
Literacy for Adults in Brevard (LAB) is
a non-profit organization which this year celebrates 50 YEARS OF ACTIVE VOLUNTEER SERVICE IN BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Trained volunteer tutors meet with their adult students for 90 minutes a week in the various libraries throughout Brevard County to teach literacy skills to adults who cannot read.
A LAB STUDENT could be an international college graduate who needs to learn English in order to get a job in the United States. A LAB student might be a grandmother whose own children graduated from high school but she herself never learned to read: now she wants to learn to read to her grandchildren. Our LAB student could be someone who had to drop out of school for whatever reason. Our LAB student could be a retired welding inspector, with a successful career, who never learned to read.
LAB VOLUNTEER TUTORS provide free individualized ONE-ON-ONE INSTRUCTION that focuses on the learner’s goals. Typical adults in our program struggle to read a menu, fill out a job application, or read a bedtime story to their children. Others left school before graduation and want to obtain their GED to improve employment opportunities. Many of our adult learners have families in which English was not the primary language spoken and now they want to improve their English skills.
Please visit our DONATE page.