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Tutors needed for adult students

POULSBO — Kitsap Adult Center for Education seeks volunteers who wish to help local adults improve their reading, writing, and other basic skills, and also to work with students preparing for the GED.  English as a Second Language volunteers work with foreign-born adults, sometimes assisting with study for the citizenship test and interview. Tutors meet students countywide at their mutual convenience.

ESL tutor training will be held on Feb. 1, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the center’s Bremerton site.  Prospective tutors must submit an application, downloadable on www.kacewa.org.

The center helps local students age 16 and older and not enrolled in public schools to build skills for better jobs and/or higher education. The center offers individualized GED preparation assistance, job-specific literacy help, and one-on-one tutoring in reading, writing, math and ESL.

Info: Lorene Leider, (360) 373-1539, lorene@kacewa.org, www.kacewa.org.

 

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