Their objective is to assist adults to improve their reading, writing and math skills. In addition to providing one to one confidential tutoring to adult students, small group lessons are also available.
The HCLN has been at work in the Halifax area for 7 years. Funded by the Department of Education's Community Learning Initiative and with the dedication of community volunteers, HCLN is able to offer free one-to-one tutoring and classroom instruction at a variety of times and locations throughout the Metro Halifax area.
The Halifax Regional Library was created in 1996 from a merging of the Halifax City, Halifax County and Dartmouth Regional Libraries. Among the HRL Programs are Programs for Children & Young Adults, Programs for Adults - Adult Literacy and ESL, Volunteer Tutors, Readers' Café, etc.
HALL is a non-profit community association made up of parents, citizens, business and government personnel, dedicated to providing resources and support to all parents and caregivers of young children (0-6) in Hampton and surrounding areas.
The Hastings Institute has earned a reputation for excellence in the delivery of training on issues related to employment and service equity, diversity, cross-cultural relations, literacy, and harassment-free workplaces.
The Health Literacy in Rural Nova Scotia Research Project explores through personal experiences the links between literacy and health among the population of three counties in northeastern Nova Scotia.
The goal of is to promote awareness about the issues relating to homelessness in the city of Calgary. This is being done through an annual awareness campaign during Homeless Awareness Week and through a series of on-going educational and promotional initiatives.
HRSDC works with Canadians to develop policies that will help them use their talents, skills and resources to participate in learning, work and their community. The federal department creates programs and support initiatives to help Canadians move through life's transitions: from school to work, from one job to another, from unemployment to employment, and from the workforce to retirement.
Humber offers over 350 full-time and part-time post-secondary education programs, customized corporate training and business-to-business partnerships. It strives for an open, respectful and welcoming educational environment that is responsive to the needs of the students, faculty, staff, the community and the nation.
This independent, non-profit literacy organization, located in the Haut-Saint-Laurent region, offers workshops in both French and English that include basic reading, writing and mathematics. The centre also offers second language courses in French and English for residents and newcomers to the area.