Read To Succeed
Literacy Service for adults and families.
Adult Literacy Services
Tutors can help you one-on-one with:
Learn and improve your English skills with our weekly conversation circles
Basic Computer Skills
Preparing for the GED test
Writing a Resume
Preparing for the U.S. Citizenship test
Studying for the Written Driver's License Test
The Health and Human Services (HHSA) Partnership
One-on-one tutoring services for HHSA TulareWORKS participants.
Instruction focuses on basic functional skills needed to job readiness and social competency.
English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Conversation Circles
Want to improve your English, reading and speaking skills? Join our weekly online and in person conversations circles. Practice grammar and join the discussions in English.
Online Conversation Circles:
Mondays – 10:00am
Wednesdays – 5:00pm
Thursdays – 11:00am
Saturdays – 9:00am
Family Literacy Services
Workshops: We offer bilingual monthly workshops on various topics for our learners and their families to connect them with resources in our community.
Family Nights: We invite our learner families to join us every month to explore other ways to promote Family Literacy such as game nights. Participants and their families receive free books to help build their home libraries.
Monday — 8:30am-5pm
Tuesday — 8:30am-7pm
Wednesday — 8:30am-7pm
Thursday — 8:30am-5pm
Friday — 8:30am-1:30pm
Volunteer to be a Tutor
Low literacy affects one in four people over the age of 15 years old. Increasing a person’s literacy skills benefits the individual, their family and the wider community. Become a volunteer tutor with the Tulare County Library Read to Succeed Literacy Program and help an individual’s literacy skills increase and grow together as a community.
Volunteers can also help with:
Career Online High School
Tulare County Library is now offering full-ride scholarships for Career Online High School; a completely online, fully accredited high school for adults who were not able to finish or start traditional high school.
Earn your High School Diploma online for FREE through the library. This flexible program makes a great option for adults 19 and over who want to work at their own pace. One-on-one tutoring assistance is available at the literacy center.
Get Started Now
Email COHS@tularecountylibrary.org and our enrollment team will contact you.
Visit the California State Library's Career Online High School page for more information.
The Tulare County Library Literacy Program is funded in part by a California State Library grant as part of the State Library's Special Services, California Library Literacy Services (CLLS).