'Literacy Volunteers of Tucson' Category

Stories that Transform

Be transformed by the stories of adult learners! Recently, our students have had the privilege of working on an exciting, new project for Literacy […]

Congratulations GED Graduates!

Congratulations to our recent GED graduates! On Wednesday, May 22nd, ten students reached an educational milestone.  Eight students from the Lindsey Learning Center, a […]

Join Literacy Connects for 60 Days and 60 Ways to build community literacy!!

This summer, get fired up about literacy! As June and July turn the heat up, Literacy Connects is using the next 60 days to […]

An English Language tutor sings the praises of his class

“Twice a week I have had the pleasure of teaching English to a group of adult students. They are dedicated, enthusiastic, and, I think […]

Volunteers – You Are Appreciated!

It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week, and we would like to thank all of the volunteers in Literacy Connects’ programs for your many dedicated hours […]

My Literacy is my Children’s Literacy

Over the course of six weeks, three adult students from Literacy Volunteers of Tucson and three tutors created digital literacy stories. STORYTELLING is the […]

Thanks Tucson for a record-setting show of support at Tucson Festival of Books!

Thanks to your support, Literacy Connects collected over 1,400 signatures for the National Right to Literacy Scroll at their tent at the Tucson Festival […]

Student Ambassadors visit the Arizona State Legislature

On February 16, a group of Student Ambassadors from Literacy Volunteers of Tucson and Pima College Adult Education visited the Arizona State Legislature. They […]

“Life Can Change” – Marty, an adult emerging reader and writer, shares his story

Back in the years before I was in eighth grade, I was doing good in school. At first I was moving right along from […]

Sunnyside neighborhood, a literacy epicenter!

Results are magnified when entire families, neighbors and friends are involved What’s happening at Mission Manor Elementary School and the Sunnyside Literacy Zone? Everything! […]

Question: “Hello, what is your name?” Answer: “Hello, What is your name?”

This was how the Spring 2011 semester began in the pre-lit class held at Wright Elementary. About 6 Somali and middle-eastern women made the […]