Laubach Literacy Council
of San Diego County, Inc.
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Who We Are
  • Men and women who make up Laubach Literacy Council of San Diego County are all volunteers dedicated to the idea that everyone in the United States should have the opportunity to speak, read, and write English.
  • The organization has no paid staff.
  • Established in San Diego in 1961, the organization has 16 centers throughout the county, located in schools and churches.
  • Every week, over 175 volunteers serve more than 700 students.
  • Laubach tutors teach one-on-one and in small groups.
What We Do
  • Laubach volunteers teach English as a second language (ESL) to foreign-born adults.
  • Tutors teach one-on-one or in small groups in centers throughout San Diego County.
  • The focus is on developing comprehension, confidence and fluency in spoken English.
Laubach Students come:
  • to learn English in order to improve their lives
  • to become a more effective parent
  • to get a job or a better job
  • to acquire citizenship or the skills for a more contributory life in their new country
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