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The Literacy Advocacy Project

“Believe in something larger than yourself ... get involved in the big ideas of your time.” – Barbara Pierce Bush, Texas Eta

Pi Phi is committed to building upon its legacy of literacy. Every Pi Phi can be an advocate and make a difference in the lives of children in communities across North America.

To make a greater impact in increasing literacy awareness, Pi Phi launched the Literacy Advocacy Project at Convention 2017. Developed and presented by Pi Phi in partnership with the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, this interactive event prepares participants to advocate for literacy in their communities. The program explores all aspects of literacy advocacy — why it’s important, how you can make an impact and what is needed to become an agent of change. 

Advocacy TrainingUpon completion of this training, participants will

  • Know high-impact statistics related to literacy;
  • Know why it is critical to advocate for literacy;
  • Identify ways to get involved and how to involve others in advocacy activities;
  • Be able to define at least three effective advocacy strategies; and
  • Know how to access literacy and advocacy resources.

Upcoming Training Events

If you are interested in bringing a Literacy Advocacy Project training event to your community, please contact Headquarters at literacy@pibetaphi.org.