At our 'Celebration of Success' on Nov 13th, we heard from students and volunteers about how participation at Sound Learning has improved their lives, and we acknowledged our community partners and supporters who make this impact possible. To read more about award recipients, follow the "read more", and for our annual report, click .
[From left to right: student Juan Perez, posing with his certificate of Exceptional Attendance; ESOL students writing their New Years hopes; Consuelo Guijosa presenting volunteer Jane Stone with a card of appreciation signed by students]
The holidays are a great time to reflect, express thanks, and celebrate, and with our amazing students, Sound Learning gets to do just that. We wrapped up our Fall 2014 Qtr. with a holiday party to recognize students and volunteers, express our hopes for the new year, and of course, eat good food!
Twelve of our students surpassed 50 hours this quarter in the midst of busy work and family lives. In addition, 86% of students in the Eve. ESOL Program improved their ability to communicate on the job. That’s progress that matters! Click "read more" to read about who was honored.
“There are Many Ways to Volunteer”
We are looking for volunteers to join our team!
There are many ways to get involved with Sound Learning:
1. Tutor basic skills in various subjects: Math, Reading, Writing, Social Studies, and Science
2. Volunteer in our ESOL morn. and eve. classes, or as a small group tutor
3. Join the team in our Children's Program
4. Update our website, fix computers, assist with database re-design
5. Assist in event planning, publicity, and photography
To Volunteer or for more information contact us or send an application through our website: click on the 'Volunteer' tab and select the 'Volunteer Application.'
Welcome to Sound Learning!
We provide instruction to adults in basic skill improvement (reading, writing, math and problem solving), GED preparation, computers, and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).
We provide these services in classes and small-group tutoring sessions in Mason and Thurston Counties. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to helping adults gain self-sufficiency, improve literacy and develop the essential skills needed to succeed in today’s world. Volunteers are an important part of our service delivery, along with a small professional staff.
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