Literacy Volunteers Chippewa Valley

Literacy Volunteers Chippewa Valley helps adults and their families develop the literacy skills necessary to achieve economic self-sufficiency and function effectively in their roles as citizens, workers and family members.  We provide cost-free services to adults and their families living in Chippewa, Dunn and Eau Claire counties.  Our goal is that our students will become lifelong learners and active community members.

Read the article about tutor Jim McConnell, winner of the Jefferson Award that was in the Leader Telegram.

Read our latest newsletter.

Learning to Achieve training for tutors will be happening in November.

Attention Tutors: BEST Plus Administrator Training Workshop will be held at Literacy Volunteers.

September is National Literacy Month. Read all about it.

Throughout the month of September Public Service Announcements for Literacy Volunteers -- Chippewa Valley will air on six radio stations: Oldies 1150, WAYY, Bob FM as well as from time to time on WAXX, I94 and 92.9 The X.  A special thanks to radio personality John Murphy for making this happen.  If you would like to listen to the two PSAs now click here and here.

Check out the United Way of the Chippewa Valley's 2014 Campaign Video.  Literacy Volunteers - Chippewa Valley is one of the highlighted agencies.  Great video about our program.