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There's never been a time when skills mattered more. In response, Lincoln Literacy and its partners in the Bridgeway to a Better Life project are kicking off an unprecedented lineup of online opportunities to gain valuable skills. To get the full benefit, however, you must pre-register. Class size is limited, so don't wait. To register for classes click the button below or visit www.bridgewayLNK.org.
Current Open Classes:
- Reading - Writing Workshop
- FLAIR - Family English Literacy Class (For Parents and Children)
- GED Prep Classes (Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Math)
- Job Prep Class (Learn English, Job Application Skills, and Specific Job Preparation)
The mission of Lincoln Literacy is to strengthen our community by teaching the English language and a variety of literacy skills to people of all cultures.
Lincoln Literacy is not an advocacy organization. However, to remain silent during these difficult times would be to make a statement, one at odds with our essential values.
Lincoln Literacy is and always has been a community of caring and learning. We embrace people of all colors, origins, and cultures. Those we serve come from all over the world, including right here. What most of them have in common is the blight of poverty, the burdens of discrimination, and the determination to make their lives better.
Through our staff and volunteers we help them to achieve their dreams by building on their skills. We work in community centers, we work behind bars, we work in church basements, school cafeterias, and machine shops to get the job done. But today, we pause in our work to voice our concern for those who struggle against Injustices. We are with you, and we are here for you.
~Clayton Naff, Executive Director
Hear from our student, Dally Bardoul.
Watch our own staff member and former student, Sandra Rojo, tell her Lincoln Literacy story.
A new graduate of UNL, about to start her career as a teachers, shares the story of how she arrived in Lincoln as tiny child refugee along with her parents.
Meet Ty Hrbek, a hardworking GED Prep student
Students, Tutors, and Others: Click here for comprehensive coronavirus info and links.
The Lincoln Literacy Book of Honor is a place for people to honor their friends, family members or others with a gift to LL and an inscription in the book.
The Lincoln Literacy Book of Memory is a lasting tribute to those devoted Lincoln Literacy members and friends who have passed away.
Thanks to our supporters, we were able to serve over 900 literacy students in the past year.
YOU can create a wonderful legacy next time you update your Will.