Literacy Advance's Outreach Team take our high-quality programs into the community setting.
Partnering with other groups allows both parties to take advantage of each other's expertise, and allows literacy classes to take place in diverse areas, which is often more convenient to the students.
Find out more:
If your organization might be interested in forming a partnership with Literacy Advance, please review the Outreach Program Overview for general information.
Apply to partner with Literacy Advance:
If you're ready to move forward with an application to partner, please use the New Program Partner Application Form. It contains information about partnering and a schedule showing when applications are reviewed, along with a variety of questions.
Please complete the form online and submit it via email to the address given. Please do not print it and complete it by hand.
Current & Previous Program and Family Literacy partners:
- Alliance for Multicultural Community Services
- Albury Head Start - Neighborhood Centers Inc.
- Brookline Elementary School (HISD)
- Buffalo Creek Elementary (Spring Branch ISD)
- Cedar Brook Elementary School (Spring Branch ISD)
- Crosswalk Houston - A Ministry of Memorial Drive United Methodist Church
- Davila Elementary School (HISD)
- Epiphany Community Health Outreach Services (ECHOS)
- Edgewood Elementary (Spring Branch ISD)
- Herrera Elementary School (HISD)
- Houston Public Library
- IEDA Relief
- Neighborhood Centers
- Terrace Elementary School (Spring Branch ISD)
- Thornwood Elementary School (SBISD)
- United Way Bay Area Financial Opportunity Center
- Volunteers of America (VOA)
- Warehouse Services, Inc.
- WorkFaith Connection
- YES Prep North Central
- YES Prep South East
View these partner sites on the Literacy Advance Tutoring Locations map.
“If you can’t communicate with people, you can’t find a job. If you can’t find a job, you can’t start your life” said Gwen, a Literacy Advance student.
This fact drives Literacy Advance partner Bank of America's ongoing investment in Houston’s growing workforce. Bank of America understands that people need education and training to tackle 21st century jobs.
Bank of America is committed to connecting people to employment opportunities and success.
Thanks to our partnership with Bank of America, Gwen was able take workforce training classes, get resume help from our Transition Coach, and find work. Today she has a new career and couldn’t be more excited!
Literacy Advance is proud to partner with Bank of America to keep creating a more skilled workforce in Houston.