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Adult Tutoring


If you or someone you know is interested in improving their reading, writing, math, and/or English Language skills and is at least 18 years old, our tutoring program may be the answer!  Tutors help students in a variety of areas:

  • Improve English, speaking, reading, and writing.

  • Prepare for US Citizenship test (no testing required)

  • Help with GED/HSED courses.

  • Work together to improve employment

  • Help study for driver's license, CDL test. etc.

  • Help with homework




Application: Here

There are three steps to complete in able to be on the tutor waitlist.

  1. Schedule a time and day to be tested, complete the application forms, and pay the $25 program fee. the test takes about two hours. The test determines eligibility for a tutor. If the score is too low, you will be referred to our ELL Program.

  2. Upon completion of the test, a volunteer will contact within a week to 10 days you to schedule an interview and determine the best curriculum. 

  3. You will then be placed on a waitlist for a tutor. The wait for a tutor is typically about 1-2 months.

Perspective tutors

Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer tutor, is asked to submit our online application and send it to Amanda Adam at or mail or drop off at 424 S. Monroe Avenue Green Bay WI 54301.

The schedule for the up-and-coming workshops can be found here.

Tutors in training

Our tutors are required to attend a tutor training workshop. There are both on-line tutorials and in person sessions. This page explains the process and hosts the training materials.

Current tutors

Stay up to date on the happenings at Literacy Green Bay

Tutoring Resources


Any Questions?

Contact Amanda Adam

920-435-2474 x102


Support for this program is provided by:

  • Brown County United Way

  • Private family foundations

If you have questions, please contact Amanda Adam by calling 920-435-2474 ext. 102 or by email at: 

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