The Washington Literacy Center (WLC) welcomes The Atlantic. The Atlantic will provide event support for Love Letters for Literacy on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at the Homer Building, 601 Thirteenth Street, NW.

To reserve your table or purchase tickets please visit http://weblink.donorperfect.com/loveletters2014

You can now support the Washington Literacy Center (WLC) and many other non profit though Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).

Search for us by name are with this 5  digit code 85286.

Support our friends at United Way though Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).

by searching for United Way of the National Capital are use this 4 digit code 8427.

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Featured Student

Antonio Ward, Class of 2013

Antonio Ward came to WLC in July 2012. He had struggled with reading for as long as he could remember, and after falling further and further behind, he dropped out of school in the 10th grade. Antonio was placed in a Just Words class, and immediately began to shine. His success didn’t come easily. After attending classes for 13 months without missing a single day, Antonio has graduated from WLC in August 2013.
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Antonio graduation speech at WLC in August 2013.

WLC News

Let us teach you the way we learn!!

Join WLC graduates and students on Thursday, May 8, at the Thurgood Marshall Center, 1816 12th Street, NW, at 6:30 p.m. for an interactive learning event. You will be the student, they will be the instructors and we all will … Continue reading

From Basic Skills to Good Jobs

DC Appleseed Center for Law & Justice released a report, “From Basic Skills to Good Jobs: A Strategy for Connecting D.C.’s Adult Learners to Career Pathways” emphasizing that to “reduce unemployment and narrow the gap between rich and poor, the … Continue reading

Refreshing the WLC

Look for a major change to the WLC branding beginning April 30, 2014!! Thanks to the incredible efforts of Ad 2 Dc, a young professional marketing group, the WLC will have a new look, and a better outreach using social … Continue reading

Champion for Literacy: integrateIT

              The Washington Literacy Center is so proud of the support from individuals, groups and organizations around the community that serve to enhance the mission, the work of the staff, and especially the astonishing … Continue reading

YPO: Young Professionals Only

On February 12, the Washington Literacy Center (WLC) will present its 21st “Love Letters for Literacy” fundraiser that brings together the area’s top broadcasters, journalists and authors in support of increasing the District’s literacy levels. The fundraiser includes a cocktail … Continue reading