Membership


How do I become an LNS member or renew my membership?

  1. Complete the online membership form

  2. Make payment

    • by cheque:
      Literacy Nova Scotia
      PO Box 1516
      Truro NS
      B2N 5V2

    • by paypal

    • by etransfer: literacyns@nscc.ca

  3. After your application and payment have been processed, you will receive a membership package and a receipt.


Membership dues shall be set each year by the Board upon approval of the Coalition membership and are as follows:

Annual Organizational
Membership

Fee - $50.00

Annual Individual
Membership

Fee - $5.00

*Multi-year membership will be accepted at the same cost per year

The Benefits of Joining Literacy Nova Scotia

  • Add your voice to the wide membership that speaks for the advancement of all levels of adult literacy in Nova Scotia.

  • A vote at the Annual General Meeting.

  • A chance to serve on the LNS board or on a committee.

  • Receive monthly eNews and other information via electronic listserv. Members may request to post announcements of interest to other literacy organizations.

  • Free subscription to LNS Newsletter that includes articles for practitioners, board members, policy makers and the public.

  • Discount for conferences, events, and other opportunities when applicable fees are charged.

  • eCampus offers discussion forums to enhance your understanding of adult literacy by means of conferencing, training, technical assistance and communication. Member web forum discussions can also be hosted.

  • Member organizations have access to programs and services offered by Literacy Nova Scotia:

    • Scholarships and Bursaries for learners in your programs
    • Raise-a-Reader Grants
    • Practitioner Training and Certification Program
    • Conferences, workshops and other events
    • Professional Development Fund*
    • Assistive Technology Fund*
    • PGI Literacy Grants*
      *Available to NSSAL-funded community learning organizations only

Why join Literacy Nova Scotia?

You can make a difference!

  • Help Nova Scotians access quality literacy, essential skills, and lifelong learning programs.

  • Ensure practitioners (paid and volunteer) have the skills they need.

  • Support adult learners’ participation.

  • Promote the value of literacy to all Nova Scotians.


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