Literacy Council

What we do

Better literacy. Better life.

Become a Tutor

Interested in tutoring? All you need is patience and a couple of hours each week to make a difference!

Become a student

Interested in becoming a student? Students meet with a trained volunteer in a public location.

Student/Tutor Resources

Find answers to frequently asked questions about the Literacy Council program and links to helpful websites.

Tutor Stories

Check out the articles for recent news and success stories! This includes stories from our volunteer tutors.

We train caring, patient community volunteers to provide free one-on-one tutoring for motivated adult learners across Sheboygan County.


What We Do

The Literacy Council helps adults who want to read, write, and speak English better so they can achieve their goals for work, education, family life, and community involvement.
We train caring, patient community volunteers to provide free one-on-one tutoring for motivated adult learners across Sheboygan County. Our next tutor training will be held in January 2018. Stay posted for further details.
The Literacy Council collaborates with other community organizations to provide literacy services in Sheboygan County. When Sheboygan County adults have the literacy skills they need, our entire community benefits with a more qualified workforce, a higher standard of living, more involved citizens, improved health care outcomes, and parents who are able to support their child’s schooling.
The Literacy Council is a United Way affiliated agency and a member of Wisconsin Literacy and ProLiteracy.

Staff & Contact Info

We’d love to hear from you! Carol Myers is the Literacy Council Coordinator. Please contact her if you are interested in becoming either a student or tutor.

cmyers@frc-sc.org
920-892-6706 x 206

Carol Dussault is the Literacy Council Educator. She presents tutor training 3-4 times a year and also works directly with tutors by providing general support.

cdussault@frc-sc.org
920-892-6706 x 205


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Adult Literacy Facts

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