Volunteers at CFLC make a difference.
Our literacy programs rely on volunteer power to make a difference in the lives of adult learners in the Cape Fear region.
Your support helps us to fulfill our mission: to provide personalized education so adults can transform their lives and contribute to a stronger Wilmington.
Learn more about the vital role that our volunteers here at the Cape Fear Literacy Council:
- Volunteer instructors and training team members aid program staff in providing educational services to adult learners.
- Our Partners in Literacy work with staff to raise awareness, recruit volunteers, coordinate fundraisers, and other events, and keep our building and grounds intact.
- Auxiliary volunteers give their time to support us with bulk mailings, covering reception, and other important administrative efforts.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at Cape Fear Literacy Council we will be happy to assist you! Do you have questions or want more information? Use the form below to send us a message or call our office at (910) 251-0911.
Want to know about tutoring at CFLC? See details below.
Become a Tutor
Adult learners at the Cape Fear Literacy Council meet one-on-one with tutors throughout the year, focusing on skills necessary for them to achieve their personal, educational, or employment goals. Small group sessions and/or classes are also available.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, tutoring is taking place remotely and on our campus, by appointment.
We offer a variety of training opportunities that prepare our volunteers to tutor in literacy and essential skills. If you would like more information about Tutor Training opportunities and schedules, please contact Nancy Woolley, Adult Literacy Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lauren Rogers, ESL Director, at email@example.com.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT BECOMING A TUTOR: