The Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust (previous know as Adult Literacy Rural Trust) provides training in literacy for isolated rural adults and teenagers. The Trust has operated from premises in Port Waikato since August 2011. Our volunteer coaches work with a student from 3-5 days a week for 30 minutes a day, using phone, mail, fax and video-conference. Students are able to access our online practice software if they have access to a computer with internet or can get to a library computer. The Trust runs school holiday Catchup Literacy Camps for high school students who want to improve their literacy skills. Follow this link to read of the trust's work and one man's inspiring story of his literacy journey - https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/498794/man-who-learned-to-read-and-write-in-his-late-50s-becomes-an-author
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Help promote RYALT's free reading and writing lessons. Flexible timing. 4 hours per month.