Volunteer to Read at Fremont Library' Write-to-Read Programs

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    Write to Read is a comprehensive collaborative program that brings library
    services, programs and literacy to incarcerated youth. The Library’s motto,
    “Infinite Possibilities,” comes to life at the Juvenile Justice Center, where
    students participate in and have access to these resources:

    Click here to register


    • Small group tutoring: lively peer discussions about contemporary issues and
    creative projects with community programs such as Youth Movement Records.
    Students learn to write lyrics to put to music and ultimately produce a CD.


    Write to Read

    Literacy Program Director
    Dr. Luis Kong

    Fremont Main Library
    2450 Stevenson Blvd.
    Fremont, CA 94538
    (510) 745-1484, fax (510) 745-1494