The students that use the GED/Literacy and Workforce Development Program are primarily from the Heartside Neighborhood or from Kent County. These students come from all walks of life. They are homeless, domestic abuse victims, formerly inceratated, and/or middle class families.
These students come to Heartside and take a series of four pre-tests, which helps them pinpoint exactly what they need to work on to pass the GED/High school equivalency test. If a student passes the test, they will go on to pass the official GED test.
**We are a nationally accredited testing center and will pay for students to take the test at our site. We also work in Literacy, Work keys training and the CASAS testing.
1. Genuine desire/ability to patiently work alongside and encourage students of various skill level from a variety of backgrounds.
2. At least one year of college, preferably majoring in education.
3. Openness to working with various media sources.
4. Willingness to share ideas.
- Literacy / Reading
- Adult Education
- Reading / Writing
- General Education
Good Match For
People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- 3 hours/month
- Our hours are 9am-12pm, 1pm-4pm