We continue to closely monitor and evaluate developments of the coronavirus (COVID-19), and follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and local health and government authorities. We are committed to providing a safe environment for our tutors, students, and staff. This message outlines our preparations at Literacy DuPage to support our tutors, students, and employees as the effects of COVID-19 unfold. Our office is temporarily closed, and field support has been suspended. We have implemented a telework policy for our staff and are making every effort to ensure our tutors and students have continued support from Literacy DuPage.
At this time, we are maintaining the following support:
  • Staff will monitor and answer emails and phone calls daily
  • Staff will continue to take calls for new student intakes.
Suspension of Literacy DuPage services until it is safe to resume:
  • One-on-one and Small Group Tutoring
  • Orientation Meet & Greets
  • New Tutor Training
  • Peer Tutor Mentor Meetings
  • In-Service Workshops
  • Review Meetings
  • Conversation Group Meetings
  • New Learner Intakes
  • Workplace Literacy Instruction
Staff Directory:
For all other questions or concerns, please call us at 630.942.5210 or email us at info@literacydupage.org.

Literacy DuPage recruits and trains volunteers to tutor adults who wish to improve their English speaking, listening, reading, and/or writing. Sitting side-by-side with learners every day, we aren’t just teaching literacy, we’re changing lives.

Tutor

Empowering an adult with language will change that person’s life—and yours, too. No foreign language or teaching experience needed. Just time and heart.

Give

More than 100,000 DuPage County residents need help improving their English skills. We dream of reaching them all.

Connect

Our tutoring happens in quiet libraries and other public spaces. But in the community, we’re making noise—online and in person.

Inspire

We’re eager to tell the story of our organization, but even more excited to share the inspiring stories of our learners’ successes.

Need A Tutor?

Do you want to learn English? Call Literacy DuPage at 630.942.5210.

Get Involved

We hold volunteer meet & greet sessions every few weeks, at locations throughout DuPage County.

Register to join us!

See Progress

Since 1972, we’ve been changing lives through literacy. Our passion just keeps growing. Read our strategic plan and annual report.

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