Santa Fe Community College and Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe (LVSF) cohosted a naturalization ceremony Friday, Feb. 1 for 67 candidates who took the Oath of Allegiance administered by Director Jesse Mendez in United States Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Albuquerque.
SFCC Interim President Cecilia Cervantes, Ph.D., gave a moving keynote address. She became Read more ›
Revisiting a Reader's View from from the Santa Fe New Mexican. It's just as relevant today as it was when it was published!
Several years ago — emerging from a rather bad patch — I started exploring volunteering possibilities. Friends told me about Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe, and thus began one Read more ›
Published in the Santa Fe New Mexican on December 24, 2017
by Kimberly Wiley
Surely, many were touched by Robert Nott’s article (“ ‘I thought it was too late,’ ” Nov. 20), detailing the crippling effects of illiteracy and the incredible empowerment that learning to read can Read more ›
By Robert Nott | The New Mexican
Nov 19, 2017 Updated Nov 19, 2017
ESPAÑOLA — At 33 years of age, Jose Martinez had one simple goal in life: read the Bible.
But first, he had to overcome a big challenge.
He couldn’t read.
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Rosa Prada, Administrative Assistant for Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe, is a co-author of an article published in "Race, Ethnicity, and Education", a bi-annual peer-reviewed academic journal. The abstract to the article entitled, Reclaiming Ourselves through Testimonio Pedagogy: Reflections on a Curriculum Design Lab in Teacher Education can be viewed here. For a copy of the Read more ›
Santa Fe, NM – May 26, 2017 – This week, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe a $13,000 grant to support adult literacy. This local grant award is part of more than $7.5 million in grants awarded to nearly 900 schools, nonprofits and organizations across the 44 states that Dollar Read more ›