A Year of Service Can Make a Lifetime of Difference
Become a Reading Assist fellow and spend 10 months working with struggling readers in some of Delaware’s highest needs schools.
With your help, one more child can embark on a path to success in reading.
Reading Assist offers the most intensive literacy training of any AmeriCorps program in the country, and it can be accepted for graduate-level credit. Fellows receive a living allowance, an education award to use toward tuition or education expenses, student loan deferment, and more. Learn more >
By the end of third grade, 74 percent of struggling readers won’t ever catch up, and students with a language-based learning disability are more than twice as likely to drop out of high school. Be the difference-maker for a child.
Reading Assist is a US tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (Tax ID Number: 51-0317415). Your gift is tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Reading Assist continues to adjust its response to COVID-19 based on guidance from local health officials, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and partner schools.
As our staff is working remotely until further notice, please direct all inquiries to email@example.com for the fastest response.
In response to continuing school closures due to the pandemic, we have adapted our program so we can provide remote one-on-one intervention to students and training to educators.
At Reading Assist, we believe diversity of thought and ideas makes our work stronger. To achieve this, we must draw from a wide range of perspectives. Reading Assist aims to ensure the children we serve see themselves reflected in those who teach them. We serve a diverse population, and are committed to ensuring our organization reflects and celebrates diversity of culture and thought. We strive to include people in our organization from all backgrounds, inclusive of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, and national origin.