The Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick will provide leadership to advance literacy, lifelong learning and essential skills for all citizens through partnerships and collaboration with government, educational institutions, business, labour and community.
The Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick’s Literacy Asset Map is an initiative to develop a user-friendly, province wide, French and English Community Literacy Asset map and Navigational Tool for Family and Early Childhood Literacy. This tool will provide a comprehensive, easily accessible contact list of programs, services, and supports focusing on the wide variety of early childhood literacy resources that are available through New Brunswick. Integral to the site, will be links to a wide variety of exemplary literacy and education resources and information for parents, educators, various service providers, and the general public. The project will culminate in a public awareness campaign to launch the tool.
Parents and caregivers with children aged between 0 and 5 living in New Brunswick were surveyed between January and February 2019 in order to find out how parents and families access information on early childhood development and parenting.
We are holding our annual Learner’s Writing contest in celebration of Adult Learner’s week (April 15-19, 2019.) This year’s theme is “Returning to Learning Changes Lives”. Adult learners are invited to share their stories about why they returned to learning and how it has positively impacted their life and what their future goals may be.
The deadline for submissions is 5: 00 pm, March 18, 2019.
The stories will be featured on our social media
during Adult Learner’s week and the winners will have the opportunity to read
their submissions and receive a framed certificate as well as a $100 prize at
the 2019 PGI Literacy Dinner and auction!
Please include your name, address and phone number, as well as the name and phone number of your adult learning program and teacher.
l’apprentissage change des vies» – Concours de rédaction pour apprenants
Nous organisons notre concours annuel d’apprentissage des apprenants pour célébrer la semaine des apprenants adultes (du 15 au 19 avril 2019). Le thème de cette année est «Retourner à l’apprentissage change des vies». Les apprenants adultes sont invités à partager leurs histoires sur le raisonnement pour lequel ils sont retourner à l’apprentissage et de l’impact positif sur leur vie, ainsi que sur leurs objectifs futurs.
La date limite de soumission des candidatures est le 18 mars 2019 à 17 heures.
Les récits seront
présentés sur nos médias sociaux pendant la semaine des apprenants adultes et
les candidats auront l’occasion de lire leurs soumissions et de recevoir un
certificat encadré ainsi qu’un prix de 100$ au dîner d’alphabétisation PGI!
S’il vous plaît envoyez votre soumission à email@example.com et incluez vos nom, adresse et numéro de téléphone, ainsi que le nom et le numéro de téléphone de votre programme d’apprentissage pour adultes et de votre enseignant.
are well underway for the 2019 gala Literacy Dinner and Auction. The evening will
include a dinner, entertainment, guest speakers, an opportunity to hear from outstanding
adult learners. and a fundraising auction to help support family literacy
programs, libraries, adult learning programs and more. This year’s gala event honours Bernard and
Diane Lord who were instrumental in establishing
Born to Read NB as a
provincial literacy program. Their
leadership and generous commitment to improving the well-being of New
Brunswickers continues to this day.
When: Tuesday, May 7, 2019 Reception and Silent Auction: 6p.m. Dinner: 6:45pm
Where: Delta Fredericton Ballroom
Event tickets are $150 individually, or $1,200 for a table of eight. Purchase yours now by clicking here to fill out the order form OR by contacting Lynda Homer at (506) 457-1227 or firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Ticket Request – PGI Dinner”
The Literacy Coalition is now accepting applications for this year’s PGI Grants!
Who can apply?
Established literacy groups or programs, including First Nations, that have been operating one year or more, who receive direction from a volunteer board, meet the eligibility requirements and apply before the deadline are eligible for consideration.