What We Do

We provide a way for low to moderate income people to  learn English language skills, GED preparation, Citizenship Study, and Computer Skills using our community volunteers as tutors.

Many non-English speaking people are unable to attend regularly scheduled classes for reasons including, but not limited to, inability to make the schedules of other programs due to job constraints, no transportation, disabled,  inability to pay tuition or child care due to financial circumstances, or intimidated by formal classroom environment.  Our program has eliminated all of these obstacles.

Our  community volunteers  teach  individually in the student’s home in a setting that the student is familiar with, or in the tutor’s home, or in a public site (i.e. library).  We also offer tutoring for small groups (2-5 students) for ELL, Workplace Communication, GED Preparation, Computer Literacy skills, and Citizenship study.

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