Bridgerland Literacy

Tutoring for adults who want to learn how to read
Welcome to the
BRIDGERLAND LITERACY PROGRAM


Bridgerland Literacy offers free tutoring assistance in the areas of reading and writing to adult learners that are conversational in English. Volunteers are matched with a student for one-on-one tutoring in an open, safe, and confidential environment. Tutor training and teaching materials are provided at no cost. By improving literacy skills, individuals can function more efficiently and find more fulfillment in their lives.

Bridgerland Literacy is a 501(c)3 tax exempt, non-profit which is funded primarily by individual and corporate donations.

Mission Statement: The mission of Bridgerland Literacy is to promote functional English literacy, empowering individuals and families with self-sustainable skills in the home, workforce, and community.


 
Bridgerland Literacy offers free tutoring in reading and writing to adult learners who are conversational in English. Volunteers are matched with a student for one-on-one tutoring in an open, safe, and confidential environment. Tutor training and teaching materials are provided at no cost. We also offer classes to improve reading and writing. By improving literacy skills, individuals can function more efficiently and find more fulfillment in their lives. Learn more about us in the video below.

Bridgerland Literacy has partnered Institute for Disability Researsch, Policy, & Practice at Utah State University to provide expanded services to Cache Valley residents.  Bridgerland Literacy is currently collaborating with Cache Valley libraries to build  literacy tutors in all valley libraries, allowing individuals to receive learning help in their own communities.
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BECOME A STUDENT

Our program helps adults who struggle with reading and writing. By improving literacy skills, adults can function better in society and enrich their personal lives. Learn more about how you or someone you know can become a student and be matched with a trained tutor or enrolled in a literacy based class.

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BECOME A VOLUNTEER

We match volunteer tutors with a student and provide them with tutoring materials and a place to conduct tutoring sessions, generally in their local libraries! Help change a life and become a tutor today!

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CONTACT US


Office hours: Mon–Fri, 9 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
LocationIDRPP Room 216 C
Phone: 435-797-1210
Email: alice.shepherd@usu.edu or blit.director@gmail.com

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