Literacy Council of Washington County
Our purpose in Washington County is to promote literacy by providing free individualized reading and writing instruction to non-readers and low-level readers, and conversation skills to the non-English speaking community.
TUTOR TRAINING WORKSHOPSeptember 21 & 28 - Frederick (C Burr Artz Library)
October 5 & 12 - Hagerstown (Trinity Lutheran Church, 15 N Potomac Avenue)
The Literacy Council Tutor is a patient and caring volunteer who wants to help other adults improve their reading skills. If you can read and want to help others to learn, you can be a Tutor! [more...]
We currently have approximately 25 students in our Basic Literacy program and 22 in our ESL program. Here’s where you can learn how to become a student with us.
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These agencies are able to assist you with the following services: literacy, education, social, medical, jobs and many other resources.
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Our office is staffed on Tuesday and Thursday from 11am to 2pm. Please call us or click the link below to send an email.