Walworth County Literacy Council is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for residents of Walworth County by raising awareness of literacy needs in the community and by providing adult student-centered, volunteer-delivered instruction.
Empowering Walworth County
Adults Through Literacy
Adult Basic Education
The ABE program at Walworth County Literacy Council (WCLC) serves students who are fluent in English and in need of the council's services for an array of reasons: to find employment, read and interpret bills, order from a menu, acquire a library card, read to their children or grandchildren, or pass a vital test to further their education or career.
The Citizenship Program covers the U.S. Civics and language skills necessary for students to pass the United States Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) naturalization test and interview.
Assistance in applying and studying for this process is tailored to the student's needs. Students gain knowledge needed for the test while improving their English.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Program
Walworth County Literacy Council (WCLC) provides learning opportunities for adults who wish to improve their lives by learning to speak, read or write English. This program is available for students who speak no English, as well as those who want to fine-tune their English language skills.
Jail Literacy Program
Adult Basic Education (reading, writing and math) classes are offered at the Walworth County Jail in Elkhorn, WI. Small group classes of incarcerated adults, who are interested in furthering their eduction, are taught by volunteers instructors.