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  • Business Services

    Agency: Southwestern Community College

    A two-year fully accredited community college with a variety of vocational/technical programs and liberal arts education. SWCC also offers a Small Business Development Center that can help anyone plan, start or build a small business. Call for more information 641-782-1483.

  • After-School Program and Family Services

    Agency: Completely KIDS

    Literacy, educational support, mental health services and referrals to other agencies as needed.

    Works to address the holistic needs of each child through:
    · A safe environment with caring adult mentors.
    · Healthy meals and bags of weekend food.
    · A hands-on curriculum with a focus on reading, STEM (science, technology...

  • Education Service

    Agency: Jasper County RSVP

    HEART LITERACY: elementary aged children that need extra help with literacy are matched with a volunteer who spends 20 minutes every week reading with them.

  • Adult Education

    Agency: Hastings Literacy Program

    Adult education including GED classes, adult basic education, civics and citizenship education, computer literacy, adult reading skills classes, English as a Second Language (ESL), and other basic literacy needs.  

  • DMACC Center for Career and Professional Development

    Agency: Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC)

    Services include:

    ESL or English as a Second Language is a program for people who speak, read and write best in a language other than English and desire to improve their use of the English language. Entry-level English through college-prep English is available.

    HiSET and High School Completion Center (testing and prep).

  • Adult Literacy Center

    Agency: Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC)

    Adult volunteers offer one on one tutoring support for reading, speaking and spelling problems. Free assessments provide information on specific literacy skill needs.

  • High School Equivalency Diploma

    Agency: Western Iowa Tech Community College

    High School Equivalency Diploma including literacy assistance

  • Raising School Ready Readers

    Agency: Iowa State University Extension and Outreach

    Learn fun ways to engage children in literacy play and turn everyday experiences into learning activities to help children be ready for school. Families participate together in hands-on activities that support early literacy skills in six areas.

  • Be Real Academy

    Agency: Oakridge Neighborhood Inc.

    BE REAL Academy — Building and Enhancing Relationships – Enriching Academics and Learning — is designed for middle school students ages 13-16.  Focused on literacy skills, BE REAL engages students through participation in a book club called Chapters.

    BE REAL is intended to create opportunities for parent and student engagement and traini...

  • Literacy Program

    Agency: Eastern Iowa Community Colleges

    Assists any adult who has a desire to become a better reader by helping to master the skills of reading, writing, and vocabulary.

  • Education Services

    Agency: Literacy Council of Grand Island, Inc.

    Teaches adult students reading, writing, and math literacy skills free of charge, and regardless of age, income, background, race, or religion. Students receive free literacy education though the agency's Four Pillars of Programming: One-on-One tutoring, Group Classes, the Language and Learning Lab with access to various self-paced computer program...

  • Literacy Program

    Agency: United Way of the Great River Region

    Provides a literacy program in the elementary schools for Kindergarten - 2nd grade.

  • Early Childhood Education Services

    Agency: Head Start Child and Family Development Program, Inc

    Head Start, Early Head Start, and Title I Migrant Education programs.  

    Early Development Network Services Coordination.

    Grantee for Region 9 Planning Region Team.

  • Education Services

    Agency: Platte Valley Literacy Association

    Adult Basic Education and GED Classes helps adult students improve reading, math, science and/or social studies knowledge to get a GED degree. Students with 8th grade and under reading and math skills are in the Adult Basic Education program. Students at a 9th grade or higher level in reading and math become official GED students and begin studies ...

  • Raising Readers in Story County

    Agency: Raising Readers in Story County

    The mission of RRSC is to improve language and literacy development in children from birth to age eight and to nurture healthy parent-child relationships. Offers free literacy programs to children through third grade, administer the Reach Out and Read program, provide books at human service offices and food pantries, and empower parents through cla...

  • Library Services

    Agency: Omaha Public Library

    Full service public lending library, reference, children's, videos, music cassettes/CDs, books on tape and CD, DVDs, online databases, and e-books.  Internet access and wi-fi available.  Computer labs.  Free computer classes for youth, teens, and adults on MS Office software programs, internet surfing, internet job searching, and other classes; cal...

  • Education Services

    Agency: Western Nebraska Community College

    Community college.

    GED preparation and testing.

    ESL - English as a Second language classes.

    Adult basic education, including literacy, job seeking, and life skills education.

    Citizenship preparation.

    Tutors available in various locations in the Panhandle.

    Single parent / displaced ho...

  • Education Services

    Agency: Metropolitan Community College

    Community college providing technical, vocational, and academic education.

    Continuing education

    English as a Second Language

    ABE/General Educational Development (GED) testing and preparation

    Additional locations - dial main number to reach all
    1 - Applied Technology Center
    2 - Do Space
    3 - ...

  • Adult Education and Family Literacy

    Agency: Black Hawk College

    Adult education and family literacy classes are non-credit and provide a range of basic skill instruction, English as a Second Language, GED preparation, and in some cases, high school credit.  Classes are informal and instruction is individualized.  Classes may be held in a variety of facilities, including churches, industrial plants, schools, lib...

  • Literacy Program

    Agency: Black Hawk College

    Education and support to parents, encouraging them to further their education, increase their literacy skills, and be involved with their children's learning experiences.

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