What we offer:
- Settlement Services for all newcomers: includes information, resources and support for all newcomers. For more details on our services, please see our Settlement Services page.
- English language instruction (LINC) and CLBPT assessments for beginners, intermediate and advanced (work place) levels. See class schedule page
- Academic assessments for those wanting to earn their Adult Dogwood Diploma, participate in post-secondary programing or improve employ-ability skills
- Upgrade math, reading and writing skills; small group and one-on-one instruction. Work at your own pace and schedule
- Improve basic computer skills
- Drop-in program for those needing help with all types of government forms and applications
- Community Volunteer Income Tax Program for all newcomers and those with a modest income
- Exam invigilation (by appointment only)
- Extracurricular workshops: Anti-Racism and Cultural Awareness training sessions, Financial Literacy, Winter Preparedness; check out our Facebook page for schedules and upcoming workshops
We are members of the Resilience BC Network; we work with local service providers to foster community engagement to address racism and hate issues. For more information, please check online at: Resilience BC Network.
The Literacy Society is honoured to be on Treaty 8 Traditional Territory where we live, work and play.