Our MISSION is to provide OPPORTUNITIES for SUCCESS through lifelong learning,
and learning for life.
We stand in solidarity with the Black and Asian American/Pacific Islander Communities
Lifelong Learning at the Literacy & Learning Success Centers!
In our 20-21 Community Report, see how our mission and vision have shaped our goals and programs in the way we work with students, staff, volunteers and the community. We are so appreciative of everyone who plays a role in helping us continue to provide opportunities for success through lifelong learning and learning for life. Digital Excellence remains at the forefront of our strategic goals which also include Career Pathways and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Click on the link to read more and join us on our journey.
Adults who struggle with basic literacy skills, BY COUNTY
families who speak a different language at home, by county
adults who do not have a high school diploma, by county
amount of residents who live in poverty, by county
Literacy & Learning Success Centers provide quality basic skills and literacy education to adult learners in Lancaster and Lebanon counties.
LEARN PERSONALIZED instruction and tutoring
Our friendly team can assist you in creating a plan for your goals. Whether you need to learn English, work on reading writing, math or computer skills, prepare for a high school equivalency exam (GED or HiSET) or US Citizenship, we are here to help.
DONATE INVEST in your community
Supporting adult literacy and basic education in your community is a sound investment. Educated citizens work, pay taxes and give back to their communities.
The official registration and financial information of The Literacy Council of Lancaster-Lebanon, LVA, Inc. may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
VOLUNTEER SHARE your time. CHANGE lives.
Be a catalyst for positive change in someone’s life. Share your talents and help adult learners gain the knowledge and skills they need to be successful in their roles as family members, workers, and community members.