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Tutoring for Adults

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Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven

www.lvagnh.org | call 203 776 5899 | info@lvagnh.org

Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven is a nonprofit educational organization that trains and supports volunteer tutors who provide free literacy tutoring for adults who need to improve their reading, writing, and oral communication skills. Both Basic Literacy tutoring and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) are offered. The goal is to increase the English language and life skills of adult students and their families so they can participate more fully in the economic and educational life of the community.

Junta for Progressive Action

www.juntainc.org | call 203 787 0191 | sandra.trevino@juntainc.org

Founded in 1969, Junta for Progressive Action, Inc. (JUNTA) is the oldest Latino, community-based nonprofit organization in New Haven. Its mission is to provide services, programs and advocacy that improve the social, political and economic conditions of the Latino community in Greater New Haven, while nurturing and promoting its cultural traditions as it builds bridges with other communities.
Adult Education Providers
Branford Adult Education
East Haven Adult Education
Hamden Adult Education
New Haven Adult Education
North Haven Adult Education
Valley Regional Adult Education
Wallingford Adult Education
West Haven Adult Education

Tutoring and Homework Help for Children

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New Haven Reads

www.newhavenreads.org | call 203 752 1923 | newhavenreads@yahoo.com
The overall goal of New Haven Reads is to provide an environment where children and adults have access to free books and tutoring to increase their literacy skills and academic performance. New Haven Reads has grown from a powerful idea to a thriving center of literacy located in the Dixwell neighborhood, with additional satellite locations.

Junta for Progressive Action

www.juntainc.org | call 203 787 0191 | sandra.trevino@juntainc.org
Founded in 1969, Junta for Progressive Action, Inc. (JUNTA) is the oldest Latino, community-based nonprofit organization in New Haven. Its mission is to provide services, programs and advocacy that improve the social, political and economic conditions of the Latino community in Greater New Haven, while nurturing and promoting its cultural traditions as it builds bridges with other communities.

Jewish Coalition for Literacy (JCL)

http://www.jewishnewhaven.org/

Founded in 2004, the Jewish Coalition for Literacy (JCL) is an award-winning project of the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven, partnering with seven New Haven public schools.

The JCL recruits, trains, places and supports volunteer reading partners in local public schools to read one-to-one with children. Students benefit from the interaction with a caring adult, sharing the pleasures of reading and the enjoyment of learning.

English Language Classes for all Levels

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Junta for Progressive Action

www.juntainc.org | call 203 787 0191 | sandra.trevino@juntainc.org
Founded in 1969, Junta for Progressive Action, Inc. (JUNTA) is the oldest Latino, community-based nonprofit organization in New Haven. Its mission is to provide services, programs and advocacy that improve the social, political and economic conditions of the Latino community in Greater New Haven, while nurturing and promoting its cultural traditions as it builds bridges with other communities.

Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven

call 203 776 5899 | info@lvagnh.org
Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven is a nonprofit educational organization that trains and supports volunteer tutors who provide free literacy tutoring for adults who need to improve their reading, writing, and oral communication skills. Both Basic Literacy tutoring and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) are offered. The goal is to increase the English language and life skills of adult students and their families so they can participate more fully in the economic and educational life of the community.

The Springs Learning Center

www.springslearning.org | call 203 787 1025 | springslearning@att.net

Sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Peace, Springs Learning Center is a literacy center housed in space at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church at 115 Blatchley Avenue. It provides instruction in English as a Second Language and citizenship, serving adult learners from many countries, especially those living in the surrounding Fair Haven neighborhood.

Adult Education Providers

Branford Adult Education
East Haven Adult Education
Hamden Adult Education
New Haven Adult Education
North Haven Adult Education
Valley Regional Adult Education
Wallingford Adult Education
West Haven Adult Education

Citizenship Classes

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New Haven Adult Education

www.nhaec.org | call 203 492-0213 | sandra.trevino@juntainc.org

The New Haven Adult & Continuing Education Program is committed to assisting students to achieve their personal, educational, and occupational goals. Various courses are offered to effectively develop the skills which will prepare our students to fully participate in society.

Goals

  • To increase cognitive and critical thinking skills
  • To provide opportunities to attain a High School Diploma
  • To increase English proficiency
  • To offer Citizenship instruction
  • To offer lifelong learning opportunities
  • To inform all students of opportunities in higher education, employment, and community services
  • To increase information technology skills

Work Related Tutoring, Training and Job Searches

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Workforce Alliance

www.workforcealliance.biz | call 203 867 4030 | info@workforcealliance.biz

Workforce Alliance, through its Board Members, Committees and Staff, works to improve the delivery of workforce services in close collaboration with business, education and training providers, and local elected officials. We serve the public through our four CTWorks Career Centers.

New Haven Free Public Library

www.nhfpl.org

The mission of the New Haven Free Public Library is to ensure all New Haven’s citizens have full and unlimited access to information and knowledge so that they may meet the needs of daily living, have opportunities for self-education, and participate successfully in self-government.

Free Books for Children and Adults (English and Spanish)

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New Haven Reads

www.newhavenreads.org | call 203 752 1923 | newhavenreads@yahoo.com

The overall goal of New Haven Reads is to provide an environment where children and adults have access to free books and tutoring to increase their literacy skills and academic performance. New Haven Reads has grown from a powerful idea to a thriving center of literacy located in the Dixwell neighborhood, with additional satellite locations.

Read to Grow

www.readtogrow.org | call 203 488 6800 | readtogrow@readtogrow.org

Read to Grow helps build children’s literacy right from the start. A statewide nonprofit organization, Read to Grow aims to motivate Connecticut parents to take an active role in their children’s literacy development beginning at birth and provides free children’s books to families and to the programs that serve them.

Family Literacy and Parenting Classes

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New Haven Adult Education

www.nhaec.org | call 203 492-0213 | sandra.trevino@juntainc.org

The New Haven Adult & Continuing Education Program is committed to assisting students to achieve their personal, educational, and occupational goals. Various courses are offered to effectively develop the skills which will prepare our students to fully participate in society.

Goals

  • To increase cognitive and critical thinking skills
  • To provide opportunities to attain a High School Diploma
  • To increase English proficiency
  • To offer Citizenship instruction
  • To offer lifelong learning opportunities
  • To inform all students of opportunities in higher education, employment, and community services
  • To increase information technology skills

Family Literacy and Parenting Classes

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Concepts for Adaptive Learning

www.newhavenreads.org | call 203 410 3679 | info@EachChildlLearns.org

Concepts for Adaptive Learning (CfAL) is a New Haven, CT-based non-profit organization, founded in 2001, to help improve the education of disadvantaged public school children throughout the state’s largest under-performing school districts. CfAL is unique in that it uses the resources of technology as the primary strategy for achieving its mission. CfAL has adopted a holistic framework for improving educational outcomes. The framework includes projects and programs for students, educators, parents and the community. We install computers and computer related equipment, integrate educational software in the classrooms and homes, and train teachers, students and parents

New Haven Public Library Computer Instruction

The mission of the New Haven Free Public Library is to ensure all New Haven’s citizens have full and unlimited access to information and knowledge so that they may meet the needs of daily living, have opportunities for self-education, and participate successfully in self-government.