Operation Project Learn
Operation Project Learn (OPL) is a non-profit community-based organization that teaches adults and older out-of-school youths basic reading and writing skills. OPL works with the lowest leve reader on a one-on-one basis or in a small group classroom setting. In this environment the students will receive the individual attention needed to be successful first in this setting and then moved on to a GED setting when ready. In order to be successful in any GED program one must have a strong reading experience level of at least a 9th grade. OPL's goal is to get them there and then to assist them in connecting with a GED pprogram that is appropriate for them. OPL is not about reinventing the literacy wheel. But to help better the one that already exists. Android we do this with a volunteer staff and board that have committed themselves to provide the best possible service we can. Between our staff, we have over 75 years of experience working with this population of adults. We can continue to do this good work with your help.
Here's how: 1). Complete a one day, 5 hour Voluntee Tutor Training Workshop. No formal teaching experience needed. 2) Commit to five (5) voluntee hours per week. 3) Plan o meeting your student (s) twice a week in a library convenien to both of you. 4) The tutoring sessions are 1.5 hours each, for a total of 3 hours. The two remaining hours are spent in travel time and preparation, for a total of 5 hours per week.
If this doesn't work for you, here's a helpful alternative.
A monetray donation will be well appropriated, to help with this cause.
The point of contact will be: Barbara P. Watson, email @ operationprojectlearn@Yahoo.com
Bishop Williams, is the forerunner for the nonprofit organization of, “Operation Project Learn” (OPL). Which is the Non-Profit Community-Based Organization that teaches adults and out-of-school youth basic reading and writing skills. OPL works with the lowest level reader only a one-on-one basis or in a small group classroom setting.