Adult Education

Teacher with students

The Weber County Library offers free, one-on-one tutoring to non-readers. Adults who are willing to tackle one of life's greatest hurdles can sign up for a trained tutor to assist them with these skills. Compassionate volunteers utilize new and effective materials that help these people reach their goals. Students and volunteers can sign up for this program in person at the Main Library, 2464 Jefferson Ave., or call 801-337-2632 for more information. Click here if you are interested in becoming a tutor. Click here if you or someone you know is interested in being tutored.
All locations of the Weber County Library have computers for public use. Anyone may use the computers free of charge to access the Internet, or to utilize state-of-the-art software programs. 

Librarians teach free classes, in both English and Spanish, on how to use the resources available through the computer centers. Class subjects include word processing, basic web and computer skills, resume writing, and social media to name a few.  Call 801-337-2646 for more information.

ESL classes are offered at the Main Library for patrons whose native language is not English. Classes emphasize everyday needs for English learners. Come for skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Call 801-337-2633 to sign up for a class.
Classes to assist adults of any nationality in studying for the United States Citizenship test are offered three times a year. These classes, which last for seven weeks, are small and attendees practice both the written and the oral test. The Main Library and the Pleasant Valley Branch offer these classes. To register, call 801-337-2632 for the Main Library and 801-337-2690 for the Pleasant Valley Branch.