Submit a Student Success story - it may appear on our Blog!

NLD Image

Literacy Volunteers of America - Monmouth County

Listing Last Update: January 10, 2019


231 Broadway
Room 102
Long Branch, NJ 07740

Primary Contact

Rebecca Lucas

(732) 571-0209

Educational services

  • To read and write better
  • To find a family literacy program
  • To help my child learn
  • To study for my high school equivalency exam
  • To learn English
  • To improve my math skills

Instruction Type

  • Classroom
  • Family literacy program

Program Overview

Literacy Volunteers of Monmouth County provides free tutoring to adults 18 years and older who need to improve their English literacy skills in reading, writing, speaking, math and pre-GED.

Students are matched with trained volunteer tutors in one-to-one, small group or classroom venues and they must commit to attending for a minimum of once a week for 2 hours.

Tutors meet their students at libraries, schools and churches throughout Monmouth County, NJ.

Mission Statement

Literacy Volunteers of Monmouth County believes that the ability to read, write and speak the English language is critical to personal freedom and maintenance of a democratic society. Our mission is to promote increased literacy skills for adults in Monmouth County by providing free tutoring through the effective use of trained volunteer tutors and in collaborations with individuals, groups and organizations who want to foster increased literacy.

Hours of operation: M - F 10 - 5

Student and Volunteer Success Stories

My name is Beris and my tutors is Danielle. She made me get my driver's license. I tried 30 times before I passed and 27 were before I met Danielle. We practiced every night and I finally understood. My tutor taught me to answer 10 questions at a time and I did the same thing for the driver's test. I passed! It was a good feeling.

With Danielle's help I found a new job at the local hospital. I am doing so good with the words for my job; my tutor teaches me and I practice. I have two jobs and I am doing much better than before. Without this program I would not have my tutor and would not have been able to get my driver's license or a better job. I appreciate everything!

My name is Carlos and I am from El Salvador. I have been here in the United States for several years with my family and I have been working as a barber. I like my job. I have been learning English with my tutor from Literacy Volunteers for 3 years.

This year I got my U.S. Citizenship and I have learned to read better and I am now able to attend the local community college for English classes. My dream is to improve my reading and writing of English. I need to communicate more easily.

I appreciate all the people who help me!

Program Status: