USM ALP Classes start back!

February 22, 2023

Are you or someone you know having difficulty reading and writing? The USM adult literacy program can assist!
USM ALP program is intended to help people who want to improve their reading and writing skills. Whether to read for pleasure, to improve job prospects, or simply to feel more confident in daily life, the course can help along the way.

The knowledgeable and caring faculty will work with students one on one and in small groups to create a personalized learning plan that is tailored to the specific needs and learning style of the students. The curriculum includes a variety of reading materials, writing exercises, and practical activities to assist in developing critical literacy skills.

The faculty members will provide a supportive and welcoming learning environment that fosters a sense of community among the learners. At USM we understand that improving your literacy skills can be intimidating, and we are committed to making the process as comfortable and empowering as possible, said Ms. Corinne Lejeuz, ALP coordinator and instructor.

If you'd like to learn more or know someone who may benefit from the adult literacy program at USM, please contact us right away, classes start as of March 6, 2023. Interviews will be help on campus and is kept private. For further information visit the team at USM campus or contact +1 721 542 5171. The team at USM is here to assist in achieving your goals and realizing your full potential.


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