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Literacy Changes Lives

Community Education:

Do you want to learn about real life topics like budgeting, applying to jobs, or using Microsoft Word?  We may have community education opportunities available to you.  To see what we have scheduled, visit our Community Education Calendar.

Distance Education:

When adults who enroll in our regular classes can’t attend regularly, we have opportunities for them to continue their work using online study modules.  We have a limited number of seats so speak to your current teacher or to a staff member during regular testing and orientation.

E-Learn:
The Literacy Council has an E-Learn program for adults who live in locations where we do not offer physical classes.  The next registration sessions are:

  • March 19 and 20 – Lake Charles
  • March 20 – Oberlin
  • March 21 – Vinton

To register for the next E-Learn class, visit https://tinyurl.com/elearnswla.

Literacy Foundations:
The Literacy Council is available to provide literacy workshops for parents.  Presentations encourage parents to serve as their child’s first and most important teacher.  Topics include communication, choosing age-appropriate books, talking with your child’s teacher, and more.  For more information, email kclark@literacyswla.org.
Ready To Work:
For adults between the ages of 18 and 24, we have additional services available designed to get them ready for employment or post-secondary training.  To learn more about the R2W program, email info@literacyswla.org.
Wired for Learning:
This is a new program specifically for adults (ages 18+) who work shift work or off-shore.  The purpose of the program is to help adults prepare for the HiSET exam or post-secondary training.

Check back for details about February enrollment or email tsemien@literacyswla.org to be added to the email list.  Proof of employment is required.

Community Education Catalog

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