319 Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Phone: 508-771-0211
508-862-1305

  • Calling All Volunteers!

    Cape Cod Literacy Council

    If you love reading and want to help make Cape Cod a better place, volunteer a few hours a month with the Cape Cod Literacy Council.  We provide training, materials, support and match you with students…

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  • Donations Welcome….

    Cape Cod Literacy Council

    If there just isn’t enough time available right now for you to volunteer, you may want to contribute financially to our work.



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  • Who are our students?

    Cape Cod Literacy Council

    They are store clerks, retired people, fishermen, young parents, school dropouts and high school graduates…

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About the Cape Cod Literacy Council

Our mission: The Cape Cod Literacy Council creates opportunities by providing and promoting literacy education on Cape Cod.
If you know someone who would benefit from our services or you would like to become a Literacy Volunteer please call 508-771-0211 or 508-862-1305.

Download our informational flyer here.

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Literacy Council News

Announcing Spring 2020 ESOL Class Schedule.

Weekly classes will be held in 5 different locations in Hyannis, Osterville and Falmouth

Register in-person at MassHire in Hyannis or at Gus Canty Community Center in Falmouth. Or call 508-771-0211 or 508-862-1305 for an appointment to register.
 

CCLC Board Member Wins Immigrant Entrepreneur Award

We are proud to announce that board member Carlos Barbosa, founder of Colors of Cape Cod in Hyannis, received this prestigious award at a recent ceremony in Boston.

A Volunteer’s Point of View

See what one of our volunteers had to say about her and her students’ experiences.