Since 1984, LVCC has been offering tutoring to improve English reading, writing, and speaking in Collier County
Since 1984, Literacy Volunteers of Collier County (LVCC), a 501c3 non-profit organization, has been offering confidential one-to-one tutoring to adults who want to improve their reading, writing, and English speaking skills to participate more fully in the daily tasks of life such as family, employment, school and community.
Serving over 400 students, and with a growing list of individuals to be served, LVCC helps meet the challenges of Collier County’s growing population to ensure that all people from all walks of life deserve the chance to live productive and fulfilling lives.
LVCC is an accredited affiliate of ProLiteracy America, LVCC’s trained and dedicated tutors work with students of all levels. All teaching is centered on the individual needs and goals of the each student and is designed to promote the potential and dignity of every student while increasing students’ language skills to help build confidence and self-esteem.
Working with church Partners, community developments, or other non-profit organizations, LVCC helps foster literacy throughout Collier County. These organizations include: Collier County Public Schools, Catholic Charities, St. Peters the Apostle Catholic Church, Lely Presbyterian Church, and Habit for Humanity.
Our tutor trainers provide classes to volunteers to qualify them to become tutors. In addition, LVCC provides experienced tutors to these organizations, as well as information and support when needed.
Director of Family Programs
|President: Peter Zimmermann||Board Member: Carlos Amaris|
|Vice President: Melissa Bazley||Board Member: Thomas Rinaldi|
|Treasurer: T.J. Snopkowski||Board Member: David Goebel|
|Secretary: Wendy Hall||Board Member: Margot Jackler|
|Board Member: Dr. Elizabeth McBride|
|Board Member: Ana Mendieta|