Click on a date below to register:

Thursday, December 2nd, 10:00am at Caribou/Bruegger’s at 4327 Park Road

Tuesday, December 7th, 9:00am on Zoom

Thursday, December 9th, 10:00am at Amelies Carmel Commons, 7715 Pineville-Matthews Rd

Tuesday, December 14th, 10:00am on Zoom

Thursday, December 16th, 11:00am at Not Just Coffee, 1026 Jay Street

Monday, December 20th, 10:00am at Café Moka Waverly, 7416 Waverly Walk Ave 

Wednesday, December 22nd, 1:00pm on Zoom

For general questions or to schedule a one-on-one information session that’s convenient for you, contact Andrea Howell at ahowell@alpcharlotte.org.

 

The following training classes are scheduled for winter 2022:

January 10th – January 14th

January 24th – January 28th (*virtual class for virtual tutors only)

January 31st – February 4th

February 14th – February 18th

 

>Class runs 9:00am-3:00pm daily.

Applications continue to be accepted. Complete an application, click here for a PDF or click here for a Word Doc, and return it to love2read@alpcharlotte.org, or mail it to Augustine Literacy Project, 115 West 7th Street, Charlotte NC, 28202.

For those who commit to providing 60 hours of pro bono tutoring to a low income child, the cost is $250.  Scholarship money is available. For those not interested in tutoring through ALP, but who are seeking information and experience with multi-sensory reading instruction, the cost is $1,200.

If you are not already on our mailing list and would like to receive updates about training, please subscribe to our newsletter using the form at the bottom of this page, or email jheath@alpcharlotte.org.

 


A child’s life is changed when he/she begins to acquire the literacy skills of reading, writing, and spelling and to feel confident in the classroom.

An Augustine tutor’s life is changed when she/he sees the light of understanding, the “Aha!” moments that happen for a child who has been struggling with reading aloud in front of his peers or who has experienced daily failures in spelling words that everyone else seems to get easily.

To become an Augustine tutor, a volunteer completes the Augustine Training class and commits to provide free one-on-one, long-term tutoring to a low income child.  

 

 

 

“This is the best training I have ever experienced. I am leaving feeling prepared, excited and inspired!”

-Training Class Evaluation

 

 

“I want to express my gratitude for this organization. I was inspired by the work that you do for our youngest readers and for enriching the community-school relationships. Schools just can’t do it alone. I found each day of training to be so intentionally planned, provocative, and thoughtfully paced for your learners. I wish all teachers were given the same amount of time to collaborate and learn in such a risk-free, supportive environment.”

-Keri Bartholomew, ALP Tutor (former first-grade teacher)