Project Literacy Online!
Project Literacy is meeting with our tutors online to chat, share stories, provide support and talk about the process of online tutoring. If you are a tutor, please join one of our online sessions by emailing [email protected]… Read More
Volunteer tutors are invited to join us on Wednesday, March 11 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm, for an opportunity to network and share teaching strategies with tutors and our educators.
Space is limited!
Please register by March 9th at the… Read More
Project Literacy is hosting their 4th annual Raise a Reader Campaign for the month of September.
This fundraiser helps support Family Literacy programs, where children and adults can achieve their full potential at school, work and in the community through… Read More
You are invited!
Project Literacy is hosting their First Annual Team Spelling Bee Challenge, a fundraiser with all proceeds going to support community literacy.
This fun team building event includes a hot breakfast, a Spelling Bee Trophy and… Read More
Project Literacy is proud to host two UBCO Bachelor of Education students for the month of May. Daneen Segec and Stephanie Turner are working with and supporting our Education Coordinators and Community and Family Literacy Facilitator in order to gain… Read More
Project Literacy was pleased to host an Open House for our funders, long-time supporters and volunteers. The Learning Centre was at capacity as over 30 guests enjoyed live music, interactive games and time to talk and catch up with each… Read More
With a close to 2017, Project Literacy is proud to reflect on its achievements. One highlight of the year was being awarded, in November, the 2017 Literacy Award by the Council of the Federation Literacy. This award recognizes achievement, innovative… Read More
Andrew McCartan has been a resident in Kelowna for the past 16 years. He previously lived in Calgary and Nanaimo. During those years he worked in the oil patch and in construction but always had a passion for technology. After… Read More
“It was always a dream of mine to speak English. When I was a child, I begged my parents to go to an English school, but because my parents could not speak English the school system would not allow it… Read More