Congratulations to the Texas DGLF Grantees!

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Literacy Texas congratulates the many Texas recipients of a Dollar General Literacy Foundation Adult Literacy Grant. Thank you for being our partners in promoting adult literacy throughout Texas!

Adult Reading Center; Arlington Public Library Foundation; Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans; Casa de Amigos of Midland; Catholic Charities Diocese of Fort Worth; Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio; Christian Women’s Job Corps of Rusk County; Each One Teach One; El Paso Independent School District; Flour Bluff Community Outreach Center; Friends of the Dallas Public Library; Houston Center for Literacy; Houston Northwest Community Center; Kleberg County Adult Literacy Council; Literacy Coalition of Central Texas; Literacy ConneXus; Literacy Council of Bowie & Miller Counties; Literacy Instruction for Texas (LIFT); Literacy Lubbock; Literacy Volunteers of America-Montgomery County; Literacy Volunteers of Bastrop; Literacy Volunteers of Fort Bend County; Literacy Volunteers of Laredo; MasterKey Ministries of Grayson County; Memorial Assistance Ministries; Presidio ISD Adult Service Center; Region 9 Education Service Center; Restore Education; SA Youth; Tarrant Literacy Coalition; Temple Literacy Council; Vickery Meadow Learning Center; Wilkinson Center; World Mission Society; Youth and Family Alliance, dba LifeWorks; and Ysleta Independent School District.

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Announcement from Literacy Texas Board Chair Ernest Lewis III

Search for an Executive Director

Texas continues to be a strong economic engine for the nation and the world. It is a most opportune time to strategically position Literacy Texas as a key contributor to ensure that everyone can find a pathway to success.

Literacy Texas is soliciting applications for the position of Executive Director. We are seeking candidates with a passion for service and a desire to close educational and economic gaps. The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker who can strengthen coalitions, bring innovation, upgrade the use of technology, and attract new business partners. As a society, we are on the verge of ever-accelerating growth. Advancing literacy and skill levels and keeping pace with the use of artificial intelligence and economic transformation will ensure that those we serve have a place at the table.

If you are up to the challenge and want to be considered for this position, please review the job description, and submit your resume to our executive search consultant by emailing: [email protected]

We congratulate outgoing Executive Director Steve Banta on his upcoming retirement, and look forward to celebrating his many contributions to Literacy Texas in recent years.