Community Outreach

Wilson Language Training believes in the importance of community engagement and supporting worthy organizations to help make the world a better place. Below is a sampling of our Community Outreach efforts; organizations that we support may change year-to-year.

Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day, Wilson staff volunteer in our local communities by planting greenery, collecting trash, and managing overgrown brush. By clearing debris and nurturing the greenery of our local parks and town centers, Wilson aims to make the community a better, healthier place.

We are also dedicated to being green on the Wilson campus. We have solar-powered energy, use water stations instead of bottled water, and purchase green cleaning products for the office.

Wilson employees pick up trash for Earth Day

Book Drive

To encourage children to read during the summer months, employees have donated more than 5,000 books to the Worcester Public Schools.

 Who Loves to Read Book CampaignWho Loves to Read Book Campaign Window

Food Pantry

Throughout the year, our employees contribute to the local food pantry to help those who are struggling in our communities.

Wilson food driveWilson food drive window decorationsSouper Bowl 2014 

The Giving Tree

During the holiday season, our employees generously contribute to local organizations that are in need of holiday presents and/or warm coats for the cold weather.

Presents under the company Giving Tree

Charity Lunches

Wilson Language Training and its employees have donated over $55,000 to various charities selected by employees.  Representatives from a selected charity are invited for lunch and provide a brief presentation about their work.  Here are just a few charities our employees have contributed to – with a 100% company match! 

Students who benefit from the Amesbury For Africa charity

Amesbury For Africa

Service dogs in training patiently waiting under a desk

Canine Companions

Wilson employees wearing their finest ugly sweaters for charity

“Ugly Sweater Day” for Save the Children