January 24 - February 28
Tuesday & Thursday
MedCast: A limited edition health literacy podcast hosted by Literacy Connections.Tune in to explore and better understand the impact of literacy on the community and some of the potential solutions.
Our spring fundraiser offers gift-ready, potted lily plants.
Use this space to introduce yourself and share your professional history.
NEWS & EVENTS
FINANCIAL WORKSHOPS ONLINE
Personal finance and economics are not consistently offered in school. Many Americans transition into adulthood without the basic skills to handle their finances and plan for their futures. Click below for information about WORKSHOPS THAT WORK provided by our Bank on Wayne program.
The Little Free Library
Bank On Wayne
Learn about our Little Free Library
book sharing program available in
the Wayne County area.
Story Time Online Season Three
Story Time Online is part of our family literacy program design to encourage family reading and spotlight a new reader every night.
Pictured: Tom and Laura Millay
Online Tutor Orientation
COMING SOON! Learn about our organization, students and how you can make a difference through volunteering with Literacy Connections remotely.
A New Home
We are so thankful to see the Fiseme family walk through the door of their own home! What a promising future lies ahead for them!! This would not have been possible without Laura Wise and Rob Phillips making the connection with this family at Literacy Connections.
Follow us as we share journey's of our students and see how your support plays an imporant part in their success.
In Memory of Charlie C. Ivey III
Charlie held the position of Board Chair for Literacy Connections at the time he passed. We will be forever grateful for the contributions he made to improve literacy for all ages in our community.
Catch-up with our scheduled events, programs and volunteer trainings at any time. View our event calendar for a quick overview of the year.
Tutor orientation is available monthly and is required for all incoming tutors. Sessions cover the basic topics of the organization and give you a broad overview of what to expect as a volunteer. Orientations are typically one and half to two hours in length.
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We are a nonprofit agency dedicated to developing skills in reading, math, computer and simple finance for adult learners in Wayne County, North Carolina in order that they may achieve success at home, at work and in the community. Get to know our history and download or print our program overview.
Become partner in literacy. View our current sponsor list and consider becoming a sponsor or literacy partner. Thank you for helping us fill the literacy gap one friend at a time.
View the year at a glance with our annual reports.
Thank you for stopping by!