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Programs that provide supplemental instruction for students who are having difficulty with their coursework or who want to get more out of their regular educational program.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English as a Second Language (ESL)The Franklin County Literacy Council IU12 offers free help to low-literate adults to develop basic literacy skills to meet educational, employment, and personal goals. Literacy Council tutors provide one-on-one or small group help in areas of Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English as a Second language (ESL) for reading, writing, speaking, math, pre-GED, citizenship, and literacy skills needed to gain or improve employment opportunities. The Franklin County Literacy Council is a non-profit organization and is part of Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 and is funded through the State Department of Education, the Franklin County United Way, and other benefactors. FCLC is a referring agency for the Distance Learning Project sponsored by the PA Department of Education, Bureau of Adult Basic and Literacy Education.FranklinFranklin County Literacy CouncilFranklin County Literacy Council
AIU Reading Achievement CenterProvides services and support designed to increase student learning and achievement in reading. The center's programs and services offer Allegheny County educators access to professional development, high quality materials and resources to transform and sustain effective reading instruction in grades pre-K to 12.AlleghenyAIU - Family and Community EducationAllegheny Intermediate Unit
Allegheny County Literacy Council Inc / Christian Literacy AssociationTutor Training and consultation for parents, caregivers, churches, and other non-profit organizations who wish to provide basic reading instruction for children or adults.AlleghenyAllegheny County Literacy Council/Christian LiteracyAllegheny County Literacy Council/Christian Literacy
Bethlehem Township Recreation CenterRecreation Center offers programs for all ages. Open to residents and non-residents. Membership fees or other fees may apply.NorthamptonTownship of BethlehemTownship of Bethlehem
Boys & Girls Club of EastonBoys & Girls Clubs of Easton serves children/youth, 5-18, with no residency restrictions. Youth Membership registration is required. Offered (Mid-Sept to Mid-June)$15 per year per child. Summer Kindergarten Readiness: Summer Camp for youth getting ready to enter Cheston and Paxinosa Elementary School. Summer Brain Gain: Summer Camp offered for 11 weeks, in June, July and August Summer Camp offered in June, July and August Youth Members $35 per year Youth Non-members $70 per year Health Habits: After-school and summer nutrition and fitness education, healthy snacks and meals, available for all ages. SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training) is a prevention/education program about the problems of tobacco, drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Gang Prevention program for youth, 6-18 years. Identifies and recruits delinquent and "at risk" youth into ongoing Club programs and activities and mentorship. Keystone and Torch Clubs are chartered, small group character and leadership clubs. Torch Club is for pre-teens, 11-13 years and Keystone Club is for teens, 14-18 years. City-Wide Youth Basketball League. Open to children/youth, 5-18 years. Registration required, fees are $10/season per member($20 for non-members). Triple Play: Sports Fitness & recreation in a variety of sports & activities for all ages. Volunteer Opportunities Available: For groups (corporate/agency etc) and individuals: must have background clearances in place. Contact Executive Director for more information.NorthamptonBoys & Girls Club of EastonBoys & Girls Club of Easton
Boys & Girls Club of Somerset County Inc. Homework HelpHelps students with homework assignments.SomersetBoys & Girls Club of Somerset County Inc.Boys & Girls Club of Somerset County Inc.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Western PA - Academic Achievement & Informal EducationThe program provides educational programming for children that reinforces classroom studies, develops academic motivation, encourages goal setting for adulthood, and enhances the successful upward movement through the educational system.AlleghenyBoys and Girls Clubs of Western PABoys and Girls Clubs of Western PA
Brookline Teen Outreach CenterOffers counseling services, free tutoring and community service opportunities.AlleghenyBrookline Teen Outreach CenterBrookline Teen Outreach Center
CAPPA After School Homework Help and TutoringThe CAPPA Neighborhood Network Center at the CAPPA office provides extended learning opportunities, with opportunities for homework assistance and tutoring for youths in a safe, drug free and supervised environment. All educational software is directly aligned with Pennsylvania Academic Curriculum Standards and is done in direct collaboration with Williamsport Area School District to help students improve academic proficiency levels. The Neighborhood Network Center provides a community based venue for student participants to spend more time on task.LycomingCAPPA Neighborhood Network CenterCommunity Alliance for Progressive Positive Action (CAPPA)
CAPPA After School Homework Help and TutoringThe CAPPA Neighborhood Network Center at the CAPPA office provides extended learning opportunities, with opportunities for homework assistance and tutoring for youths in a safe, drug free and supervised environment. All educational software is directly aligned with Pennsylvania Academic Curriculum Standards and is done in direct collaboration with Williamsport Area School District to help students improve academic proficiency levels. The Neighborhood Network Center provides a community based venue for student participants to spend more time on task.LycomingCAPPA Neighborhood Network CenterCommunity Alliance for Progressive Positive Action (CAPPA)
Central Pennsylvania Literacy CouncilTrains adults to become tutors of other adults who want to improve basic skills. Day, evening and Saturday sessions are available. Services are provided by appointment only.CumberlandCentral Pennsylvania Literacy Council Inc.Central Pennsylvania Literacy Council Inc.
Compass Reading CenterProvides tutoring services.ErieCompass Reading CenterCompass Reading Center
East End Cooperative Ministry ExtraOrdinary TutoringExtraOrdinary Tutoring is a free after-school program that provides one-on-one academic support for students from kindergarten through 12th grade. Students are matched with a volunteer tutor, who meets with them once a week for help with particular subjects or skill areas. Parents are responsible for transportation to and from the session, and for communication with their child's tutor about attendance and scheduling. Registration is ongoing throughout the school year. Program depends on tutors being available.AlleghenyEast End Cooperative Ministry Children and Youth ServicesEast End Cooperative Ministry
Easton Area Community CenterCommunity center offers after-school programs, arts instruction, athletic programs, literacy instruction, recreation/leisure activities, substance abuse education/prevention, tutoring and homework help for children and adolescents. Offer a Children Food Program through PA Department of Education. Provide any youth through the age of 18 dinner during the school year (do not have to be a member). Mon-Fri: Year-round dinner provided to anyone under 18 at 5:30pm Mon-Thurs: 5pm dinner provided from 6/23 to 8/13 to adults and childrenNorthamptonEaston Area Community CenterEaston Area Community Center
Eastside Neighborhood Employment CenterAssists with resume writing, job leads, interview preparation training referrals, and career assistance for adults and youth. A career counselor for youth, ages 14 to 21, helps with job readiness, resume preparation and job search/placement. Free computer classes offered. AlleghenyEastside Neighborhood Employment CenterEastside Neighborhood Employment Center
Flenniken Public LibraryPublic Library provides computer access, books, DVDs, movies, tutoring, summer reading, language learning software, car repair manuals and more. GreeneFlenniken Public LibraryFlenniken Public Library
Hollidaysburg Area YMCA Sports Tutoring ServicesIndividual sports lessons.BlairHollidaysburg Area YMCA Youth SportsHollidaysburg Area YMCA
House of MercyPromotes a healthy neighborhood by providing activities and advocacy that engage adults and children in positive experiences. Children's activities include self-esteem and conflict resolution, art and crafts, environmental education and theme-based activities. Adult activities include cooperation with local agencies, neighborhood assessment, referrals, English as a Second Language (ESL) home tutoring, educational mentoring, computer assistance, beautification programs and collaboration with the Burton Diehl Neighborhood Organization.ErieHouse of MercyHouse of Mercy
Laughlin Children's Center - Academic ServicesEducation programs to help children gain skills and improve academic self-esteem. Services are available for children at all grade and skill levels focusing on social readiness, reading, written language, math, and study skills, as well as Orton Gillingham tutoring for students with dyslexia. Teachers follow individualized plans that specify the starting point, goals, and methods to help each child. Study skills, organization, test-taking, SAT prep, and more, including credit recovery (summer school). AlleghenyLaughlin CenterLaughlin Children's Center
Laughlin Children's Center - Year Round ProgramsOffers summer day camps, study groups, tutoring, and orton-Gillingham instruction(dysleria) for students in preschool through high school. AlleghenyLaughlin CenterLaughlin Children's Center
Literacy CenterThe Literacy Center provides assessment and instruction for children and adolescents needing assistance with reading and writing. Services include testing, individual tutoring, and group reading/writing programs. Graduate students earning a Master's Degree in Literacy with a Reading Specialist Certification provide these services. Undergraduate students may assist with the instruction also. Reading and literacy faculty in the Department of Professional Studies in Education supervise the center. Services are offered during Summer Session II, approximately July 15 through August 15, with daily activities. A small fee is charged for services. The Literacy Center sponsors professional development for schools, workshops for parents and families, training for graduate students, and research projects. The Center also has literacy resources available and offers consulting for agencies. IndianaIndiana University of PennsylvaniaIndiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP)
Panther Valley Public LibraryLending library. Literacy and learning center provides one on one tutoring. Offers summer programs. CarbonPanther Valley Public LibraryPanther Valley Public Library
Perseus House - Home TutorsProvides educational services to students who are not able to attend their home school. Students are placed in home tutoring for problem pregnancy, postpartum (for six weeks), illnesses, surgery, and expulsion. Regular education students receive three hours of individual instruction at home per week, while special education students receive five hours of individual instruction at home per week. The length of home tutoring is determined by the individual needs of each student.EriePerseus HousePerseus House
Salvation Army of Huntingdon - Huntingdon County - Children's ProgramThe Salvation Army of Huntingdon provides a Children's Program Tuesday nights to help them with homework, be read a Bible story, and given a warm meal. There is also tutoring Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights for referred children.HuntingdonSalvation Army of Huntingdon - Huntingdon CountySalvation Army of Huntingdon
Schenley Heights Community Development ProgramTutoring, after-school, and recreation programs for grades K-8;.AlleghenySchenley Heights Community Development Program at Grace MemorialSchenley Heights Community Development Program at Grace Memorial
St. Francis University Dorothy Day Outreach Center Tutoring ServicesTutoring services.CambriaSt. Francis University Dorothy Day Outreach CenterSaint Francis University
St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church - Casa San JoseProvides social services to the growing population of Latino immigrants in Beechview, Brookline and all around Pittsburgh. Provides aid to Latino families based on their individual needs and youth tutoring and mentoring.AlleghenyCasa San JoseCasa San Jose
Youth MinistryAfterschool program offered twice a week - tutoring, homework help, arts & crafts, hot mealDauphinFountain Gate Church and MinistriesFountain Gate Church and Ministries
YWCA Homework ClubsAfter school program provides a snack, life skills enrichment, crafts/games, tutoring and field trips.CumberlandYWCA CarlisleYWCA Carlisle
YWCA York, Children and Youth ProgramsThe YWCA's Early Learning Center's location has the capacity to serve 246 children. This center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). NAEYC helps ensure that all of our children are safe, our teachers are well trained, and our curriculum prepares young children for school. We also are a STAR 4 (highest level) center through Keystone Stars and continue to meet the requirements of this distinction. YorkYWCA YorkYWCA York

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