WE LEARN (Women Expanding Literacy Education Action Resource Network)

is a community promoting women’s literacy as a tool that fosters empowerment and equity for women.

    Membership

    talkinggroup"WE LEARN does many things. We get the benefits of great materials, an informative website, a rich conference, and engaging newsletters. More than all of that, though, we get each other. We get to be part of this community of learners, teachers, and leaders who are creating a world in which women’s lives and learning matter, and that’s a world I definitely want to see." -- Karen Wyman, Member since 2006

    Please join us.

    Basic Individial Membership: $40
    Student Membership Rate: $15
    Standard Organization Rate: $75
    Annual Membership runs from January 1 to December 31.

     

    Benefits of Membership

    • Monthly newsletter full or articles and resources;
    • Discounted rates on WE LEARN conference registration and WE LEARN publications;
    • Voting privileges to select members to the WE LEARN Board of Directors;
    • Invitations to special events or opportunities;
    • Satisfaction that you are contributing to an esseantial organzation that supports women's basic literacy & education.

    WE LEARN succeeds because we have supportive members.

    WE LEARN involves a diverse community. We reach out to all people across races, ethnicities, languages, cultures, religious beliefs, sexualities, genders, economic backgrounds, income levels, and (dis)abilities. Our members include individuals who are:connecting
    Literacy learners
    Adult basic education students
    Learner-alumni
    College and university students
    Educators
    Administrators
    Counselors, tutors, and others in supportive positions
    Researchers
    Professionals
    Community activists and …
    Anyone dedicated to moving our mission forward
     
    Program / organization members include:friends
    Literacy and basic education services
    Workforce development providers
    Transitions-to-college programs
    Corrections departments
    Community and social service providers
    Universities & colleges
    Community groups