The mission of the Indo-American Center’s Literacy Program is to facilitate services in which quality and equitable educational instruction centered on the community needs is accessible to all people in adjustment, integration, self-sufficiency, and mobilization through the acquisition of the English language.
826CHI is packed four afternoons a week with students in 1st through 8th grade working on their homework and sharpening their creative writing skills. Volunteer tutors help students with any and all homework assignments and lead students in daily creative and expository writing activities. Student writing created during tutoring is published in small chapbooks throughout the year, and we regularly host student readings for parents, tutors, and families.
Drop in ESL and Adult Basic Education (ABE) tutoring services for adults in the Chicago Public Library. Locations currently include: Harold Washington Library Center, Albany Park branch, and the Back of the Yards branch.