In celebration of National Volunteer Week, we'd like to thank everyone at the heart of our organization.
Frontier College President, Stephen Faul, interviewed by Kirk LaPointe on 98.3 FM Vancouver - Roundhouse Radio about our upcoming National Forum on Literacy and Poverty.
Frontier College's national forum examines the role of literacy in poverty reduction strategies across Canada.
Frontier College is a literacy organization supporting people across Canada as they work to increase their literacy skills.
Frontier College offers a variety of programs for adults and young adults who want to increase their literacy skills, from one-on-one tutoring to small classes.
Frontier College offers a variety of literacy programs for children and youth to engage in reading, writing, math, and other subjects.
Frontier College offers a variety of programs serving Canada’s Indigenous communities, including Summer Literacy Camps and workshops.
Interested in sharing your love of reading with others in your community? Join Frontier College’s team of dedicated volunteers.
The New Readers Bookstore is a social enterprise of Frontier College. Buy your adult literacy materials here!
The Virtual Learning Portal easily connects learners with tutors. Click here to launch a web meeting.