Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville Moving into New Home
After two years of looking for a bigger classroom, the Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville/Albemarle has found its new home.
The nonprofit spent Friday packing up its current classroom in downtown Charlottesville and is ready to move over to the Jefferson School City Center Saturday. The tutoring organization will share the building with nine other nonprofits.
Ellen Osborne, executive director of Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville/Albemarle, said, "We're going to have great new space with six individual tutoring rooms, a conversation room. It's just going to be great, lots of new space and fresh environment for our students work and learn English.
Osborne says the new location will offer individual tutoring rooms to help keep students focused.