Posts Tagged ‘AdultEDU’

Training for Volunteer Tutors of Refugees

In collaboration with Pima Community College’s Refugee Education Program, and the University of Arizona’s Second Language Acquisition and Teaching program, Literacy Connects is offering […]

“Don’t Be Afraid.”

Ana (third from left) with tutors and other GED grads Literacy Connects is proud to announce the June 1, 2017 HSE/GED graduation of nine […]

Dreams Come True for Refugee and Immigrant Women

The second cohort of our Women RISE interns have all completed their job-readiness training and are ready to take on the world! Two of […]

A proud bookmaking participant holds up her book for the camera.

Refugees and Immigrants Tell Their Stories

The Tucson Museum of Art and Literacy Connects Help Refugees and Immigrants Tell Their Stories   Thanks in part to a generous grant from […]

ELAA Student Shares Love of Reading

In 1992, Esperanza came to the United States from Colombia, with multiple college degrees–one a master’s degree in Spanish. She taught Spanish classes at […]

UA Eller Students Connect with Women RISE Interns

Last month a group of a dozen graduate students from the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management visited the Literacy Connects campus to connect […]

English Language Acquisition for Adults Tutor

Passing on the Invaluable Gift of Literacy

Defining Literacy What is literacy? In my mind, it is being able to both give and receive thoughts and ideas in the process of […]

From One-Room Schoolhouse to Literacy Connects – Bob Patterson is a Lifelong Learner

A little over a year ago, Bob Patterson decided that he wanted to get better at reading aloud to his 3 ½ year old […]