Adult Literacy Research & Training Symposium

College of Health & Human Services 1200 Oakland Drive, Kalamazoo, United States

Welcome to the 10th annual symposium! This year's theme is “Everyone Needs To Read: Community Literacy in Action.” The symposium will bring together educators, volunteer tutors, students, and community members who are passionate about advancing literacy for all. Attendees will enjoy sessions and workshops that explore engaging and effective strategies in Digital Literacy, English as... Read more »

Event Series Workforce Literacy Forum

Workforce Literacy Forum

Online MI, United States

This forum will explore how tutors and partners can provide instruction to help learners acquire the literacy skills they need to engage in workforce development activities. Getting a job is a major motivation for many adult learners. In today’s workforce, knowing how to read is a necessary skill to obtain a job, be promoted, or... Read more »

Event Series ESL Tutor Forum

ESL Tutor Forum

Online MI, United States

Forum leader: Lupita Flores (269) 382-0490 ext. 224 English as a Second Language (ESL) is an important part of the adult learning continuum. Immigrants and refugees in our communities are eager to learn language and literacy skills that help them function at work, school, and community settings. Increasingly, volunteer tutors are providing instruction for ESL... Read more »

Event Series Workforce Literacy Forum

Workforce Literacy Forum

Online MI, United States

This forum will explore how tutors and partners can provide instruction to help learners acquire the literacy skills they need to engage in workforce development activities. Getting a job is a major motivation for many adult learners. In today’s workforce, knowing how to read is a necessary skill to obtain a job, be promoted, or... Read more »

Event Series ESL Tutor Forum

ESL Tutor Forum

Online MI, United States

Forum leader: Lupita Flores (269) 382-0490 ext. 224 English as a Second Language (ESL) is an important part of the adult learning continuum. Immigrants and refugees in our communities are eager to learn language and literacy skills that help them function at work, school, and community settings. Increasingly, volunteer tutors are providing instruction for ESL... Read more »