Commissioner Kane Celebrates Students and Tutors for Literacy Volunteers of NJ-CC Recognition Day

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On Saturday, June 1st, Commissioner Melinda Kane celebrated the students and tutors of the Literacy Volunteers of Camden County, a program run out of the Camden County Library System. The program provides free, one-on-one, and small group tutoring to Camden County adults at the lowest literacy levels and the sessions are focused on meeting the individual needs of each learner.
“We host this recognition day to acknowledge all of the hard work the students and tutors put into this program,” Kane said. “These students are working incredibly hard at achieving goals such as obtaining US citizenship, learning to read, and learning to speak English, and the tutors are dedicating their free time to help them along the way. This program’s impact is immeasurable, and both the participants and the tutors deserve to be celebrated for all they do to keep this program going.”

 LVCC provides several literacy and English programs including:

      • English as a Second Language (ESL)
      • Basic literacy tutoring in math and reading
      • Topical workshops in financial literacy, family literacy, digital literacy, and citizenship prep.