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Franklin County Literacy Council

  • Our mission:

    The mission of the LIU12 Franklin County Literacy Council is to provide literacy services to residents and to assist residents in the pursuit of life goals through the advancement of literacy. Services are provided in several locations throughout the county for students and include: 1:1 tutoring, basic literacy instruction, GED preparation, English as a Second Language services, employability training, and computer literacy instruction. Our council is driven by community needs and is supported by volunteers.

    Our motto: Empowering adults through literacy!

    The Franklin County Literacy Council was established in 1985. This council serves the residents of Franklin County and is located at 101 E. King St. Chambersburg, PA 17201, lower level of the Coyle Free Library. 

    Students may call 717-504-4459 Ext 3504 to arrange for an assessment time. Tutoring will be arranged to be held at locations that are mutually agreeable to the student and tutor. English as a second language tutoring can also be arranged.

    Tutor training is held at various times during the year. Please call the office for more details on trainings. Volunteers can also be used in capacities other than tutoring. Call today to find out how you can help.


Contact Us

  • Angela Wilt,
    Program Coordinator

    101 E. King St.
    Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Lower level of the
    Coyle Free Library

    Phone: (717) 504-4459
    Fax: (717) 504-4458

LIU12 Franklin County Literacy Council Info