Orange Literacy provides free tutoring services to help adults improve their skills and improve their lives. Students with Orange Literacy must be at least 18 years old and live or work in Orange County. Tutoring is free and we provide textbooks, workbooks and other study materials. Sign up to become a student today.
Students in our Adult Basic Education program work with a tutor to improve reading and writing and/or math skills. We also help improve job skills. Students meet with their tutor twice a week.
We tutor all four subjects of the GED, as well as the HiSET. We also help improve test-taking skills. Students meet with their tutor twice a week.
ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES
Students in our English for Speakers of Other Languages program learn English in one of our small classes. Our students are from all over the world and are at all levels of English. Classes meet twice a week.
In partnership with Church World Service of Durham, we provide free Citizenship classes for English Language Learners. Students learn the 100 USCIS civics questions as well as how to answer the N-400 application questions, and also improve their speaking, writing and listening skills in English. Classes meet twice a week.
In partnership with El Centro Hispano, we offer free English classes for parents with children from 7 months to 5 years of age. Parents and children are split into separate classes for part of the time, and spend part of the time learning together. Classes meet twice a week.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do I need a social security number?