Asking for help is the hardest step, but it can put you on a path to learn, grow, and achieve your goals. Reading Connections is here to support your learning with one-on-one instruction or in a small class, and it’s FREE. We’ll provide confidential and judgement-free tutoring that’s personalized to you and what you want to accomplish, and we’ll work to fit your schedule.
We offer individual tutoring and small group classes to help you learn English. Classes are student-centered, which means your tutor will help you reach whatever goals you have for learning English. That could include becoming a U.S. citizen or helping your children with their homework.Sign Up
Earn your GED
Do you want to earn your GED but aren’t ready to take the exam? We offer tutoring at a time that is convenient for you! You can meet in a small group class or with a private tutor to study reading, social studies, science, or math – or all four. We ask students to attend tutoring for 2-4 hours a week for one year. We work with students at all literacy levels.Sign Up
If your goal is to read to a child or grandchild, fill out forms at the doctor’s office, or get a job, we can help! A reading teacher can meet with you alone or in a small group. We will work at your pace to reach your goals. It is never too late to learn!Sign Up
Read to Your Children
Do you want to help your child learn? We will teach you how to teach your children. In Family Literacy, you will enjoy a free dinner, have reading class, and take home a free children’s book each week. Whether you speak English or are learning English, your family will learn together in this 10-week program.Sign Up
Find a Job
Our tutors will work with you to prepare you for work while improving your reading, writing, and speaking skills. You also can work with one of our career coaches to update your resume, search and apply for jobs, and prepare for interviews.Sign Up
Esther came to Reading Connections wanting to improve her reading skills. Listen to her story to find out how she is now able to share her love of reading. She also gives advice to people who might be thinking about enrolling as a student.