We believe literacy
is a human right.
TEXAS HAS A BIG WORD PROBLEM.
1 in 5 adults in North Texas cannot read. This means that more than 800,000 adults in Dallas County alone are struggling with literacy and that number is projected to grow to more than 1 million by 2030.
LIFT IS BENDING THE TREND.
We are reaching into the neighborhoods where people live, work and worship. By teaching adults to read, we increase access to employment, reduce reliance on social services and improve the quality of life for our students and their families.
THE TIME IS NOW. JOIN US.
Become a volunteer, supporter or join our strong network of community partners. Stand with us as we Bend The Trend.
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To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Dan Thompson, Chief Development Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org ____________________________________________________________________ POSITION TITLE: Development and Marketing Coordinator (Part Time/20 hours per week) EXEMPT STATUS: Non Exempt REPORTS TO: Chief Development Officer EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in a directly related field preferred EXPERIENCE: Two years of directly […]
DALLAS (SMU) – A puzzle-solving smartphone game designed by SMU and Literacy Instruction for Texas (LIFT) experts to teach struggling adults to read was today named one of five finalists in an international competition. Codex: The Lost Words of Atlantis is a finalist for the $7 million Barbara Bush Foundation Adult Literacy XPRIZE presented by […]
Xavier is enjoying a successful dual-career as a construction manager for Habitat for Humanity during the day and a Customer Availability Program (CAP) Team Manager for Wal-Mart in the evenings. He receives mentoring from a real estate professional and can easily envision a number of potential career opportunities for himself: real estate investor, developer or […]