The WINGS Adult Education Project is providing a central source of education and specialized class to the citizens in Kaufman County.

The mission at WINGS  aggressively promotes literacy in Kaufman County, fostering an educated workforce, an informed citizenry and an enhanced quality of life. Their purpose is to serve as a clearinghouse for information on adult education in Kaufman County, refer adult students to appropriate programs, refer volunteers to appropriate programs, provide training for program volunteers, conduct needs assessment for adult education in the county, acquire funding through grants and other development efforts, aid in coordinating literacy efforts throughout the county.

They have open enrollment now for two GED classes beginning at the end of August/beginning of September. There are 50 seats to fill with two-thirds of the seats filled currently.They also have ESL classes that seat 15 students and will most likely expand to 30 students per class.

Tutoring for adults is also available with WINGS. Adults, aged 18 years and older that need additional help with a single topic or skill may reserve a time with one of their volunteer tutors. Tutoring is not intended to replace attending GED/HSE Preparation courses, but is intended to offer additional help on a particular topic from class. The tutoring schedule is Mondays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and on Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. To reserve a time for tutoring, fill out the tutoring form on the Hulsey Public Library website.

WINGS is partnered with Goodwill Industries where Goodwill is offering computer skills workshops and basic computer skills necessary to help educate those who are unfamiliar with technology. These skills will drastically change peoples everyday lives. An example being helping these students get jobs. WINGS is also teaching Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Once students finish these courses, they are able to enroll in IT certification classes that will allow the students to apply for jobs at places like Amazon or work from home jobs for Microsoft or work at small businesses that use Google platforms.

How to register for classes:

Enrollment forms can be found at hulseypubliclibrary.org/adult-education. From the right blue tree list, select which course offerings interested in. Scroll down the page until the red link titled enrollment for is visible.Each course has its own registration form.

For more information, contact Lora West at (972) 551-6663 or via email at lwest@cityofterrell.org.

The WINGS Adult Education Project is providing a central source of education and specialized class to the citizens in Kaufman County.

The mission at WINGS  aggressively promotes literacy in Kaufman County, fostering an educated workforce, an informed citizenry and an enhanced quality of life. Their purpose is to serve as a clearinghouse for information on adult education in Kaufman County, refer adult students to appropriate programs, refer volunteers to appropriate programs, provide training for program volunteers, conduct needs assessment for adult education in the county, acquire funding through grants and other development efforts, aid in coordinating literacy efforts throughout the county.

They have open enrollment now for two GED classes beginning at the end of August/beginning of September. There are 50 seats to fill with two-thirds of the seats filled currently.They also have ESL classes that seat 15 students and will most likely expand to 30 students per class.

Tutoring for adults is also available with WINGS. Adults, aged 18 years and older that need additional help with a single topic or skill may reserve a time with one of their volunteer tutors. Tutoring is not intended to replace attending GED/HSE Preparation courses, but is intended to offer additional help on a particular topic from class. The tutoring schedule is Mondays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and on Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. To reserve a time for tutoring, fill out the tutoring form on the Hulsey Public Library website.

WINGS is partnered with Goodwill Industries where Goodwill is offering computer skills workshops and basic computer skills necessary to help educate those who are unfamiliar with technology. These skills will drastically change peoples everyday lives. An example being helping these students get jobs. WINGS is also teaching Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Once students finish these courses, they are able to enroll in IT certification classes that will allow the students to apply for jobs at places like Amazon or work from home jobs for Microsoft or work at small businesses that use Google platforms.

How to register for classes:

Enrollment forms can be found at hulseypubliclibrary.org/adult-education. From the right blue tree list, select which course offerings interested in. Scroll down the page until the red link titled enrollment for is visible.Each course has its own registration form.

For more information, contact Lora West at (972) 551-6663 or via email at lwest@cityofterrell.org.

The WINGS Adult Education Project is providing a central source of education and specialized class to the citizens in Kaufman County.

The mission at WINGS  aggressively promotes literacy in Kaufman County, fostering an educated workforce, an informed citizenry and an enhanced quality of life. Their purpose is to serve as a clearinghouse for information on adult education in Kaufman County, refer adult students to appropriate programs, refer volunteers to appropriate programs, provide training for program volunteers, conduct needs assessment for adult education in the county, acquire funding through grants and other development efforts, aid in coordinating literacy efforts throughout the county.

They have open enrollment now for two GED classes beginning at the end of August/beginning of September. There are 50 seats to fill with two-thirds of the seats filled currently.They also have ESL classes that seat 15 students and will most likely expand to 30 students per class.

Tutoring for adults is also available with WINGS. Adults, aged 18 years and older that need additional help with a single topic or skill may reserve a time with one of their volunteer tutors. Tutoring is not intended to replace attending GED/HSE Preparation courses, but is intended to offer additional help on a particular topic from class. The tutoring schedule is Mondays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and on Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. To reserve a time for tutoring, fill out the tutoring form on the Hulsey Public Library website.

WINGS is partnered with Goodwill Industries where Goodwill is offering computer skills workshops and basic computer skills necessary to help educate those who are unfamiliar with technology. These skills will drastically change peoples everyday lives. An example being helping these students get jobs. WINGS is also teaching Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Once students finish these courses, they are able to enroll in IT certification classes that will allow the students to apply for jobs at places like Amazon or work from home jobs for Microsoft or work at small businesses that use Google platforms.

How to register for classes:

Enrollment forms can be found at hulseypubliclibrary.org/adult-education. From the right blue tree list, select which course offerings interested in. Scroll down the page until the red link titled enrollment for is visible.Each course has its own registration form.

For more information, contact Lora West at (972) 551-6663 or via email at lwest@cityofterrell.org.

The WINGS Adult Education Project is providing a central source of education and specialized class to the citizens in Kaufman County.

The mission at WINGS  aggressively promotes literacy in Kaufman County, fostering an educated workforce, an informed citizenry and an enhanced quality of life. Their purpose is to serve as a clearinghouse for information on adult education in Kaufman County, refer adult students to appropriate programs, refer volunteers to appropriate programs, provide training for program volunteers, conduct needs assessment for adult education in the county, acquire funding through grants and other development efforts, aid in coordinating literacy efforts throughout the county.

They have open enrollment now for two GED classes beginning at the end of August/beginning of September. There are 50 seats to fill with two-thirds of the seats filled currently.They also have ESL classes that seat 15 students and will most likely expand to 30 students per class.

Tutoring for adults is also available with WINGS. Adults, aged 18 years and older that need additional help with a single topic or skill may reserve a time with one of their volunteer tutors. Tutoring is not intended to replace attending GED/HSE Preparation courses, but is intended to offer additional help on a particular topic from class. The tutoring schedule is Mondays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and on Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. To reserve a time for tutoring, fill out the tutoring form on the Hulsey Public Library website.

WINGS is partnered with Goodwill Industries where Goodwill is offering computer skills workshops and basic computer skills necessary to help educate those who are unfamiliar with technology. These skills will drastically change peoples everyday lives. An example being helping these students get jobs. WINGS is also teaching Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Once students finish these courses, they are able to enroll in IT certification classes that will allow the students to apply for jobs at places like Amazon or work from home jobs for Microsoft or work at small businesses that use Google platforms.

How to register for classes:

Enrollment forms can be found at hulseypubliclibrary.org/adult-education. From the right blue tree list, select which course offerings interested in. Scroll down the page until the red link titled enrollment for is visible.Each course has its own registration form.

For more information, contact Lora West at (972) 551-6663 or via email at lwest@cityofterrell.org.

The WINGS Adult Education Project is providing a central source of education and specialized class to the citizens in Kaufman County.

The mission at WINGS  aggressively promotes literacy in Kaufman County, fostering an educated workforce, an informed citizenry and an enhanced quality of life. Their purpose is to serve as a clearinghouse for information on adult education in Kaufman County, refer adult students to appropriate programs, refer volunteers to appropriate programs, provide training for program volunteers, conduct needs assessment for adult education in the county, acquire funding through grants and other development efforts, aid in coordinating literacy efforts throughout the county.

They have open enrollment now for two GED classes beginning at the end of August/beginning of September. There are 50 seats to fill with two-thirds of the seats filled currently.They also have ESL classes that seat 15 students and will most likely expand to 30 students per class.

Tutoring for adults is also available with WINGS. Adults, aged 18 years and older that need additional help with a single topic or skill may reserve a time with one of their volunteer tutors. Tutoring is not intended to replace attending GED/HSE Preparation courses, but is intended to offer additional help on a particular topic from class. The tutoring schedule is Mondays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and on Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. To reserve a time for tutoring, fill out the tutoring form on the Hulsey Public Library website.

WINGS is partnered with Goodwill Industries where Goodwill is offering computer skills workshops and basic computer skills necessary to help educate those who are unfamiliar with technology. These skills will drastically change peoples everyday lives. An example being helping these students get jobs. WINGS is also teaching Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Once students finish these courses, they are able to enroll in IT certification classes that will allow the students to apply for jobs at places like Amazon or work from home jobs for Microsoft or work at small businesses that use Google platforms.

How to register for classes:

Enrollment forms can be found at hulseypubliclibrary.org/adult-education. From the right blue tree list, select which course offerings interested in. Scroll down the page until the red link titled enrollment for is visible.Each course has its own registration form.

For more information, contact Lora West at (972) 551-6663 or via email at lwest@cityofterrell.org.

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