Lit­er­acy coun­cil in­tro­duces three new tu­tors

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The Charles County Lit­er­acy Coun­cil in­tro­duced re­cently three new vol­un­teer tu­tors who com­pleted the nine-hour work­shop and on­line train­ing on Sept. 27, ac­cord­ing to a news re­lease. The Coun­cil needs more tu­tors and is hold­ing an­other tu­tor train­ing work­shop on Sat­ur­day, Oct. 27. Email the of­fice for regis­tra­tion at charle­scountylit­er­acy@com­

Tu­tors work one-on-one with adults in read­ing, writ­ing, ba­sic math­e­mat­ics, English and the in­di­vid­ual needs re­quired to ad­vance in the job mar­ket, reach ed­u­ca­tional goals, join the mil­i­tary and reach per­sonal goals. Tu­tor­ing and learn­ing ma­te­ri­als are free to tu­tors and adult learn­ers. If you can read, you can teach some­one to read and change a life for­ever, ac­cord­ing to the re­lease.

The Charles County Lit­er­acy Coun­cil has been pro­vid­ing this ser­vice for over 50 years. For more in­for­ma­tion, call the of­fice at 301-934-6488, go to charle­scountylit­er­, or email charle­scountylit­er­acy@com­


Pamela Bur­kett-Jones, left, Ray­mond Bar­rett and Kathryn Koch are new tu­tors for the Charles County Lit­er­acy Coun­cil.

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