Plymouth-Canton Community Literacy Council
We are a volunteer, non-profit organization aiming to improve adult literacy in Plymouth-Canton and surrounding areas of Western Wayne County. Our mission is to provide adults in Western Wayne County who have limited English language abilities in developing vital reading, writing, and communication skills to help them participate in the community and reach their potential in life.
CLC Statement Against Violence and Hatred
At CLC we work with people from many different cultures and backgrounds. CLC is a safe place, absent of xenophobic and racist language and behavior. Our values at CLC support our beliefs of inclusivity and respect for all people. Our students are shown the kindness, respect, and grace that each member of our CLC family deserves, so that they may continue to thrive in our community.
English Language Leaners Weekly Meetings Online at Plymouth District Library
Plymouth District Library is offering free online virtual Conversation Groups and Reading Clubs for English Language Learners.
ELL Conversation Group meets Mondays from 10:00 am - 11:00 am
ELL Reading Group meets Mondays from 11:00 am - 12::00 noon
Sing-Up Here: http://plymouthlibrary.evanced.info/msignup/Details
Sign-up to receive meeting log-in information.
English Language Leaners Weekly Meetings In-Person and Online at Canton Public Library
Canton Public Library is offering free Conversation Groups for English Language Learners in-person on Fridays at 9:30am and online via Zoom on Thursdays at 10:00am beginning October 7. Here is the information on how to register for conversation group: English Language Learners Program at Canton Public Library
Community Literacy Council featured on WDET
You can make a difference this holiday season (and all year too!) by using CLC's Amazon Smile account when you shop. When you shop with CLC's Amazon Smile account, every purchase you make generates a small donation for Community Literacy Council. Shop for gifts at smile.amazon.com/ch/38-2946347 to generate donations for Community Literacy Council, Inc., also check out our AmazonSmile Charity Lists to donate items we need most.
In 2019, 135 CLC tutors devoted over 9,100 hours to help students:
Get a Job
Return to School
Pass the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
Pass the Citizenship Exam
Talk to your child's teachers
Talk to your doctor
Become a student
We offer the following services to enhance the lives of individuals in our community:
ELL Book Clubs for English language learners looking to improve their reading and conversation skills by discussing articles and books.
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Community Literacy Council is featured on WDET 101.9 FM.
Here is the link to the journalism piece created by Feature Reporter Laura Herberg: