Michelle Alipo-on – CELPIP Study Guide
Mukarram Ali – CELPIP Study Guide
Cliff Stamp – The Learn Center – Canadian GED Material
Jessica Bruhn, MA, CCC
Provided GED Study materials for at-risk youth in Nunavut
John Howard Society of Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton
The John Howard Society of Kawartha Lakes & Haliburton is a non-profit, multi service organization with offices located in Lindsay and Minden. The Society offers programs that aim to prevent repeat offences among individuals who have been in conflict with the law, and prevent delinquent behavior among youth who may be at risk of offending. The John Howard Society believes that crime can be reduced and prevented through social and educational programs and the active involvement of an informed community.
Provided free GED study material.
Step Ahead Bangkok Thailand
Provided study materials for the GED
Step Ahead stands with poor and at-risk families across Thailand- from Bangkok’s largest slum to Southern and Northeastern small rural villages
Civil K9 Youth Services is a non profit Charitable Organization that focuses on youth, in specific boys aged 12-18 years old.
Our main purpose is to mentor to youth through positive male role modelling that builds trust, gives hope and brings forth hidden talents. (Romans 12:6)
Our unique mentoring methods make use of service dogs as a vehicle to speak into the lives of youth. Many dog training methods run parallel to issues youth face today such as discipline, anger management, building bonds through relations.
Provided RCMP study materials
Dream and Beauty Charitable Trust
Indira Colony, Ludhiana, Punjab
Provided CELPIP Study and Test Preparation materials
Adult Learning Center, Georgetown Ontario
Donated GED test preparation materials
Literacy North Halton, which operates as the Adult Learning Centre, is a community based organization providing individualized and group tutoring for adults. We encourage community support and promote literacy awareness.
We continue to provide adults with local opportunities to improve their reading, writing, basic math, and computer and digital literacy skills for employment, further education, and increased independence in daily life.