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Brendan Fitzpatrick

September 21, 2023

Literacy Unlimited Seeking Volunteer Tutors to Teach English

Photo courtesy of Charles Starrett

FRAMINGHAM - Volunteer tutors are being sought by Literacy Unlimited at the Framingham Public Library to help others learn the English language this fall.

The group, which was established back in 1986, is a part of the Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts. Basic reading, writing, and math skills to people looking to learn English are provided by Literacy Unlimited free of charge and confidentially.

Volunteers do not have to have any teaching experience or speak in any other language. The group is looking for help at both the Framingham Public Library as well as The Morse Institute in Natick.

An information session for prospective tutors will be held at the library from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, September 26. From there, in-person training will begin in October.

For more details, visit Literacy Unlimited’s webpage by clicking here.

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