The Winnebago County Literacy Council can help you read, write and speak English.
Do you want to be able to read and fill out the paperwork from school, the bank, your job or the doctors?
Do you want to better understand your boss or landlord?
Do you want to read a story to your child?
You can work one-to-one with a tutor, or you can attend one of our many programs and classes. Tutors, programs and classes, and books are provided for FREE. To have a tutor or attend our English as a Second Language class, you must undergo an assessment to determine the area of need for improvement.
"I arrived in the United States in May of 2013, but my life in America began the day I met Tina at the Literacy Council," said WCLC learner Rameez, during a panel discussion at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. After arriving to the U.S. from Pakistan on religious asylum, Rameez received individual tutoring, and enrolled in English as a Second Language classes and the Road to Work (employment skills classes) program. He obtained his driver's license, steady employment, and enrolled in technical college - all in the span of 7 months.