Since 2009 the Roseville Adult Literacy Program has helped hundreds of adult students learn to read, write, do math, achieve U.S. citizenship, gain job skills, and even go to college. Take the first step towards lifelong learning and a brighter future by signing up to be matched with a volunteer tutor today.
Our students should:
Be able to speak English comfortably
Be 16 years or older and not concurrently enrolled in high school
Seek instruction in reading, writing, or math skills
Have one or more personal literacy goals
Have motivation and a clear goal of what they want to learn in this program.
We can help you with a variety of skills, including:
Studying for a high school diploma or military test
Help with basic reading, writing and math skills for community college
Learning basic math, algebra and geometry
The Roseville Public Library offers a Basic ESL program to help you learn English. Click here to access this free online program. In-person ESL classes are available through the Roseville Adult School.
For more information about Literacy Services at Roseville Public Library, please contact us by phone at (916) 774-5221 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding for this program is made possible by a bequest to the Roseville Public Library from long time Roseville resident Virgil Harrigan. Additional funding is made possible by the US Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian. Visit California Library Literacy Services for more information.