Adult and Youth Literacy Services

Expanding Horizons for Everyone

The Foundation supports a range of education and cultural programs for all residents. With financial support from the Foundation, the Martin County Library provides free literacy services to adults and families throughout our community. Tutoring services and classes are offered at the libraries, Cassidy Community Center, Martin County Jail and other locations. The Library is committed to meeting the literacy needs of residents of all ages by providing literacy services and professional instruction.

Adult Literacy Services

  • ESL- English as as a second language
  • Adult Basic Education
  • Conversation Circles
  • Citizenship Classes
  • Career Counseling
  • Pell Grant Assistance
  • Career Online High School
  • Workplace Literacy
  • GED preparatory sessions to achieve a high school diploma

Youth Services

  • Summer Reading Program
  • iPads, apps and databases to develop early literacy skills
  • Homework Help provided by tutors and access to the online program
  • Dr. Seuss Week celebrated at child care centers and other locations
  • Gateway to the Arts Project
  • STEM kits to enhance digital literacy

For more information about Library literacy classes, click here.