We welcome volunteers who share our passion for literacy. We provide training and support to help you become a confident and effective tutor. As a volunteer, you can make a real difference in someone's life and contribute to the community.
The Literacy Council of White County provides free literacy tutoring and classes to adults in the community. We rely on volunteers. While tutoring is the most direct method of serving, there are many ways to forward the mission of the Literacy Council.
Tutors provide direct service to the community by teaching our classes. We train our volunteers through classes or individually as needed. We teach our Adult Basic Literacy tutors to use the Barton Reading & Spelling System to provide reading and dyslexia intervention.
Special events: Volunteers help us run fundraisers and promotional campaigns as we work to spread literacy throughout White County.
Office Administration: Volunteers can organize files, make copies, run errands, and make phone calls.
Fundraising: Volunteers can advocate for the Literacy Council by making calls, writing letters, and helping us make connections with others who love literacy.
If you are interested in volunteering please contact our office or fill out the volunteer form.