Welcome to the Chilliwack Learning Society Website
The Chilliwack Learning 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.
City-Wide Literacy ChallengeThis year's Challenge is now over. Thanks to everyone who participated!
Could you do better with money? Do you like to win prizes too?
The City-wide Literacy Challenge is ready and waiting for you.
Challenge yourself to do better, and practice for 21 days.
And, you'll have more "money for living" - it happens just that way.
After the challenge is over - it ends on Feb. 21st
You'll want to return your ballot - for a chance at the prize purse.
In the meanwhile have fun with some numbers, and make each dollar count.
You'll get to where you are going - and that's what it's all about!
Money for Living FairOn April 11, Chilliwack Learning Society and Chilliwack Community Services will host Money for Living - a one day financial literacy fair for our community to learn about the education and services available to low income and financially vulnerable people. Community members are welcome!
If you are an organization that provides education and services, we invite you to participate in Money for Living by:
- displaying your services
- providing door prizes
- providing speakers for the educational program.
Show Chilliwack what you do.
Plan to be there.
2015 Links Fore Literacy
This year's 4-Person Texas Scramble format golf tournament will be held June 13 at Meadowlands Golf Course. The event will start with a brunch at 11:00 a.m., followed by the golf tournament with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Awards and prizes will follow at the end of golf play. For more information see the poster. To purchase your tickets or to be a hole sponsor, use the Paypal link below and select how many tickets you're purchasing, or email us at email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Resource Library for Tutors and Learners
We carry an extensive amount of books, games, and tools which tutors and learners may borrow. Click here to see our library.
Computer Classes for Seniors
These classes are so popular that they are now full, including our wait list. Please check back later to see if spots become open.