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Chilliwack Learning Community Society Partners



    Logo and hyperlink: Sto:lo Aboriginal Skills & Employment Training

 The Book Man logo and hyperlink 

Envision Financial

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Welcome to the Chilliwack Learning Community Society Website    

The Chilliwack Learning Community Society builds relationships and partnerships to better meet the learning needs of all community members, to make possible the successful learning, development and growth of the individual, the family and the community.

Links Fore Literacy Fund Raiser

Links Fore Literacy is a fundraising golf event for the Chilliwack Learning Community Society, occurring at Meadowlands Golf Course on July 19th at 1pm. You won't want to miss the fun! For tickets and to sponsor, use the Paypal link below. 

Golf Packages


Job Posting: Financial Literacy Project Coordinator

We are looking for a Financial Literacy Project Coordinator, a contracted, part time position (average 10 hours per week) for a new project funded to June 1, 2015. 

The Financial Literacy Project Coordinator works with the project's steering committee, throughout the community of Chilliwack, to increase learning opportunities and resources which support low income, financially vulnerable adults (and youth transitioning to adulthood) with their goals of increasing their financial literacy knowledge and skills. 

By exploring the community and "ferreting out" people and resources, the Coordinator will help create new ways of reaching people who would like to contribute to the project and/or receive financial literacy services and resources. The Coordinator is a person who likes to develop and grow relationships and is at ease interacting with all levels of society. This literacy enthusiast is non-judgmental, an organized self-motivator, confident decision maker and quick learner. 

Application deadline is July 31, 2014. For more information contact

Would you like to help an adult meet a learning goal?

Tutors are needed to assist adult learners with a variety of needs: English as a Second Language, basic technology skills, reading, writing or math. Learners come from all walks of like and range in age from 19 to 84. If you are patient, flexible, have a sense of humour and a desire to help others achieve their goals, then consider volunteering as a volunteer tutor. Free training for tutors is provided. For more information contact program coordinator Marci at

We offer free Computer Courses for Seniors. Please contact us to register or volunteer.