The Central Coast Literacy Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to tutoring individuals to read, write, speak and understand English.


Founded in 1983, the Literacy Council recruits and trains volunteer tutors to teach students how to become literate in English. The classes and instructional materials are provided to the students at no cost. CCLC depends on the generosity of tutors. Our trained volunteers provide free English classes and one-to-one tutoring in Santa Maria, Orcutt, Lompoc, Guadalupe, Los Alamos and Solvang.

Through the Workplace English Literacy Program, the Central Coast Literacy Council is responsible for the operation of the Lompoc Literacy Program effective August 2014.

Board of Directors

Nancy Rodriguez, President
Coordinator, World Heritage Student Exchange Programs Realtor, U.S. Home Realty

Terri Zuniga, Secretary
Victim Witness Advocate, County of Santa Barbara District Attorney

Dawn Jackson, Treasurer
Librarian III, Youth Services/Extension Services, City of Santa Maria Public Library

Cindy Schneider
Retired Nurse
CCLC Volunteer Tutor CCLC Office Volunteer

Enrico Martino
Principal, Santa Maria Veterans Treatment Court Foundation CCLC Learner

Margarita Olimpio
Retired Social Worker

Staff

Santa Maria & Lompoc Literacy Programs:

Laura Arteaga, Executive Director

larteaga.cclc@gmail.com
(805) 925-0994 x 2836

Lompoc Literacy Program
LompocLiteracy@gmail.com
(805) 875-8787

Adriana Garcia-Cervantes,  Coordinator 
agarcia.cclc@gmail.com
(805) 925-0994 x 2835