Regina Public Library provides free literacy assistance for anyone who would like to improve their reading, writing or speaking skills. Our program matches volunteer tutors one on one with learners. Learners decide what they would like to learn. Many learners are interested in finding a job, furthering their schooling, reading to their children, etc.
Homework Help is also available for adults preparing for the General Education Development (GED) test.
For Literacy programming contact the Literacy office to make an appointment. Once you're setup, you can drop in and visit us on the 2nd floor of Central Adult.
Interested in becoming a volunteer? Sign up here.
EAL Group Tutoring
We provide regular EAL Group Tutoring Sessions as well as other resources for both Adult Learners and Volunteer Tutors.
Tutor Training Programs
Interested in being a tutor? We offer training both online and in person. Contact us for a schedule of in-person tutor training classes or to discuss our online training program.
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