I went into my experience volunteering with the Mid-State Literacy Council with the sole expectation that I would be teaching the students; however, these individuals taught me just as much as I taught them, and that is something that I will cherish now and bring with me in my future endeavors, as well.
Mid-State Literacy Council (MSLC) has become a well-known name around the State College area for both volunteers and adult learners.
I have taught at Mid-State Literacy Council since 2019. I began teaching the “English for Doctor’s Visits” course and since then, have taught three other semesters.
In a world as chaotic as the one we are all living in today, people often neglect their psychological and emotional well-being.
When I first arrived in State College as a naive freshman at Penn State, I found myself situated in a community far more diverse than my tiny hometown in southwestern Pennsylvania
Computers have become a main household device that many cannot live without. They are used for recreation, work, school, and everything in between.
Being born in Puerto Rico, I was raised with Spanish as the main language in my household.
As a person who knows two languages, Chinese and English, I found it easy to communicate and teach the adults here at Mid- State Literacy Council.
As a first generation Korean-American, I have witnessed firsthand the difficulty of adjusting to a new culture.
What do the names The Spell Casters, Word Busters, and The Eager Readers have in common?