Workforce Literacy

WorkforceLiteracyThe Legacy Center Workforce Literacy program helps adults build the reading, writing and math skills they need to further their education or feel more comfortable in the workplace.

Learners are tutored in a one-on-one or in a small group setting and learn at their own pace. On average, learners meet with tutors for two hours per week for a minimum of 20 weeks. All of our services are free and completely confidential.

Some of the reasons people join our program include:

  • improving their skills before attending training for a GED or high school diploma
  • improving their skills to qualify for further training
  • fulfilling a lifelong dream of learning how to read
  • obtaining a better job
  • gaining the ability to fill out a job application
  • helping a child with homework
  • obtaining a driver’s license
  • improving spelling skills

It isn’t too late to improve your skills and increase your confidence. Visit us at the Michigan Works office, 1409 Washington St., Midland, Mich., or call Jake at (989) 631-3073 x286 for more information.

Department Contact:

Jake Hammers
Workforce Literacy Coordinator

Tutor Training:

New Tutor Orientation classes:

Friday, September 20,  9 am – 12 pm
Wednesday, October 2,  6 – 9 pm
Thursday, October 3,  9 am – 12 pm
Thursday, November 7,  12 – 3 pm
Thursday, November 14,  6 – 9 pm
Tuesday, December 3,  9 am – 12 pm
Friday, January 10,  9 am – 12 pm
Monday, January 13,  6 – 9 pm
Monday, February 3,  9 am – 12 pm
Tuesday, February 4,  6 – 9 pm
Wednesday, March 4,  6 – 9 pm
Tuesday, March 10,  9am – 12 pm
Friday, April 17,  9am – 12 pm
Thursday, April 30,  6 – 9 pm

RSVP by calling 989-496-1425 or emailing Kristin Goetschy

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