If you are an adult living or working in Carroll County or surrounding areas, the Literacy Council provides free, individual tutoring.
Tutoring available to help you in the following areas:
All literacy materials are free and tutoring is self-paced to accommodate your needs and abilities. We may also be able to customize training to address learning needs that are outside of the Literacy Council’s standard offerings.
Sign up to become a student or contact us if you have any questions.
Become a Student
Working one-on-one with a tutor means that you can focus on your specific needs and priorities.
We hope to meet you soon!
Steps to Become a Student
There are a few simple steps to become a student.
Step 1: Contact the Literacy Council
Contact the Literacy Center to let us know that you are interested in becoming a student. A family member, friend, or agency can also contact us for you. Use one of the methods listed below to contact us!
The office is open Monday to Thursday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Step 2: Meet with the Student Coordinator
Talk to Heidi White, our Student Coordinator, about your educational goals. She will also give you a skills assessment (placement test) so she knows what learning materials are the best starting point for you.
If the Literacy Center does not provide the resources or training you need, we will do our best to help you find another organization to provide assistance.
Step 3: Meet Your Tutor
Based on when you have time and your area of study, Heidi White will match you with a tutor. At your first meeting with your tutor, you will decide together the day and time for your weekly meetings. Your tutor will give you the books, workbooks, and any other learning materials you need.
Contact us if you have any questions.
Why should I become a student?
Improving your skills and knowledge will help you meet your personal, education, and/or career goals.
Here are some of the reasons people become students with the Literacy Council:
Every student has a unique goal. Here are some examples of students who met their goals.
If you are interested in finding out more about learning opportunities at the Literacy Council, please fill out the Student Interest Form below.
You can use the on-line form or download a form to print or e-mail. You can also contact us directly by phone, e-mail, or in person.