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Your opportunity to make a difference gives others an opportunity to shine.

Imagine not understanding your child’s teacher; being held back in a job because of your reading skills; or just struggling with everyday tasks. When you help someone improve their English language skills, imagine the impact you can have.

Become A Tutor

An hour or two a week is all it takes to make a difference. With one-to-one or small group tutoring, you can help English as a Second Language (ESL) or Basic Literacy students improve their reading comprehension, writing skills, and conversational English. It all starts with an LVSC Tutor Training workshop, and ongoing support from the LVSC team.

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If tutoring isn’t for you, there are other ways to help us improve literacy in Somerset County. LVSC needs volunteers to help our small staff run our large organization. If you’re interested in administrative work, fundraising, event planning, or joining the Board of Trustees, we’d love to talk to you.

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Attend an Event

LVSC events are an important part of our literacy community. They’re not just fundraisers, they’re a way for our tutors, students and supporters to share experiences. From our Community Spelling Bee to the Golf Fore Literacy outing, there’s something for everyone.

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40th Anniversary Party

We're excited to bring our community back together!

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Other Ways to Give

There are many ways to support LVSC. Next time you click on an AmazonSmile button or think about disposing of an old car - please consider supporting our free literacy programs with your donation.

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Literacy Matters

Trained tutors develop customized lessons to help students with their everyday needs.

Tutoring is offered at a time and place convenient to the student. Flexibility and useful lessons lead to success.

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Student Spotlight

"Grandma, come on, time to study!"

Meet Sandra, who shares her journey to learning English and becoming a U.S. citizen.

Read Sandra's Story