Navigating life without knowing how to read is hard to imagine, and yet, in Ulster County alone, 16,000 adults are functionally illiterate.
For 40 years, Ulster Literacy has been welcoming adult learners from all walks of life to learn basic reading skills as well as English as a new language in a safe, confidential setting. With the support of a trained volunteer tutor, our learners achieve goals like getting a driver’s license, attending a parent/teacher conference, becoming a citizen, or finding and keeping a good job.
Latest News & Announcements
- ULA Tutor Trainings now scheduled for 2020Ulster Literacy Association tutor trainings now scheduled for 2020. All training sessions will be held at the Kingston … Read more
- ULA Board of Directors welcomes two new membersUlster Literacy Association is pleased to announce the addition of two new members: Jackie Kellachan, co-owner, the Golden Notebook, … Read more