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The Delaware County Literacy Council helps adults develop reading, writing, math and English language skills to thrive in the workplace and the community.

DCLC Updates

DCLC offices are currently open by appointment only. See DCLC’s COVID-19 Response Plan by clicking the link below.

See DCLC’s statement regarding Black Lives Matter by clicking the link below.

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Employment Help

Back-to-Work Job Program

Delaware County residents age 40 or older who are receiving Unemployment compensation and looking for full-time work can receive job-search support through the Back-to-Work program. Please complete this form and a DCLC employment coach will contact you.

Immigrant Employment Assistance Program

Local immigrants looking for work can get help from a DCLC employment coach. Please complete this form, and someone from DCLC’s employment team will contact you.

Online or In-Person Classes

Adults interested in online or in-person classes in basic literacy, English as a Second Language (ESL), or GED preparation can start the registration process by completing the Learner Contact Form.

Please note: Any student with an F-1 Visa is prohibited from enrolling in DCLC classes, which are funded by the PA Division of Adult Education.

ESL Home Health Aide Program

Immigrant adults can improve their English and learn about American civics, with the opportunity to take free Home Health Aide training. To learn more, complete this form.