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High School Equivalency Math Tutoring for Adults at Henry Street Settlement

 

High School Equivalency Math Tutoring for Adults at Henry Street Settlement

Tutor adult students who are working towards their high school equivalency diplomas. Students will need help with math (geometry, algebra, probability), at a variety of levels. Some students may also want support with writing (short answers and essay composition).
This is a COMMITTED project on Wednesday evenings.

These clients are adults who have had their education disrupted. Achieving success in a high school equivalency course is an important step towards breaking out of poverty.

Committed Project Date Range:

April 12, 19, 26
May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
June 7, 14, 21, 28

Commitment Required

Partner

Founded in 1893 by social worker/nurse Lillian D. Ward, Henry Street Settlement is a not-for-profit arts and social service institution serving the people of New York City, especially Manhattan's Lower East Side. Its core mission is to challenge the effects of urban poverty by providing individuals and families with crucial social and cultural services. Each year, Henry Street reaches out to 100,000 people and serves 25,000 of them intensively.