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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.

Chilliwack will receive $14,447.00 from Vancouver Sun/Province Raise a Reader Campaign!

Thank you so much to everyone who contributed time, promotion, locations and/or funds to the September 2013 Vancouver Sun/Province Raise a Reader campaign for Family Literacy Programs. The allocation for Chilliwack is $14,447.00, which is much more than we've ever received before! Your contribution really made a difference. This pdf expresses thanks and has great pictures of some of the teams. 

Family Literacy Training for Volunteers

The Chilliwack Learning Community Society is so pleased to invite everyone to attend a new series of free workshops about "Family Literacy".
Wed. March 26, 1:00 - 3:30: Family Literacy - why children don't need to know how to read before they enter kindergarten
Wed. April 2, 1:00 - 3:30: What is literacy?
Wed. April 9, 1:00 - 3:30: Reading aloud with quality and engaging children's literature
Please see the attached flyer for workshop details, location and registration details. For more information or to register, contact or call 604-392-2404.

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 life 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 an Outreach Worker for Literacy (OWL). Free training for OWLs will take place April 17, 22, 24, May 13, 15. For more information contact program coordinator Marci at

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