Reading is for Everyone
We're here to help.
Beginning level reading and math
English as a Second Language
Project Read's mission is to improve the lives of adults who need educational
instruction in basic reading and math, GED studies, and English language learning.
When adults increase their literacy skills, they can create positive life changes
which ensure a higher standard of living for themselves and their families.
Project Read fulfills its mission by providing a nurturing classroom environment
for adult students through one-on-one and group tutoring sessions. Our services are
available to Madison County residents and, when there is a need, to the residents of
surrounding counties. Anyone 16 years of age and older who is not enrolled in a public
school system is eligible for services, and all instruction and materials are provided free of charge.
Enrolling is easy
To enroll in classes, call Executive Director, Brenda Thomas, at 859-623-4905, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Starting in June of 2014, Berea College student, James Isaac Ball, who is the student director of the Hispanic Outreach Project (HOP) will do a summer internship with Project Read. HOP is part of the CELTS program which allows Berea College professors to offer classes that have a service learning component to their students. Project Read has partnered with HOP/CELTS for the past several years to train students who wish to become tutors of English-Second-Language speakers in the Madison County community.
Message for ESL Speakers
Project Read can help you learn to speak English or improve your English-speaking skills. Classes are free and open to adults 16 years of age or older. Books and materials are also free.