- Suzanne Ngo. // Asian Pacific Post;5/29/2008, p11
The article profiles Suzanne Ngo, a student at a univeristy transfer program.
- Making literacy a family affair. // Reading Today;Apr/May92, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p9
Offers a look at the new guide,` How to Add Family Literacy to your Programs,' from the Literacy Volunteers of America. It tells how to establish a family literacy program.
- Reviews. // Adult Learning;Nov/Dec92, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p28
Reviews the book `How to Add Family Literacy to Your Program,' by the Literacy Volunteers of America.
- Volunteers address low health literacy. // Patient Education Management;May2009, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p54
The article reports on the literacy volunteer program, Just What the Doctor Ordered, developed to train volunteers to work with individuals in learning health literacy and the health care system.
- Springfield Literacy Project finds new home and funding. // Illinois Literacy;Summer2012, p4
The article focuses on the Volunteers in Action/Literacy (VIA/Literacy) in Springfield, Illinois which was taken up by the Fishes and Loaves Outreach, to continue the literacy programs.
- Software for literacy programs. Avallone, Susan // Library Journal;2/15/1987, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p98
Reports on the involvement of the Literacy Volunteers of America and Laubach Literacy Action in the development of the Literacy Management System or LITMAS, a literacy program management software created by the Northwest Regional Laboratory.
- Beacons of Light. Pettit, Jo // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);09/30/96, Vol. 43 Issue 40, p37
Profiles Nila Phillips, vice president of Quoisel Inc. Personal background; Career history; Features of her work as a volunteer of Literacy Volunteers of America.
- Jerry Stackhouse. Kim, Albert; Kennedy, Kostya; Habib, Daniel G. // Sports Illustrated;
Profiles Pistons guard Jerry Stackhouse, and his efforts to educate the public about diabetes. His work as a spokesman for the American Diabetes Association and the National Diabetes Education Program; His volunteer work for a literacy program and work for disadvantaged children.
- WHO TO WATCH IN EDUCATION. Stoessel, Amy Ann // Crain's Cleveland Business;11/3/2014, Vol. 35 Issue 44, p0014
The article features Bonnie Entler, executive director of the Cleveland, Ohio-based adult literacy program Seeds of Literacy, and mentions the growth of the organization's volunteer base, the creation of a digital literacy program, and individualized attention received by students.