Our Academic Services Program provides dedicated in-house academic support to our Youth Program participants, Goodwill employees, and any walk-ins from the public ages 16-24. Our highly experienced Academic Coordinator has a proven track record of success with GED, TABE, and Certification testing.
Goodwill’s basic academic services include youth center walk-ins or Goodwill program participants who receive short term tutoring. We can also provide support to individuals seeking to discuss academic options or and goals with our Academic Coordinator.
Program participants work with our Academic Coordinator to develop an individualized academic plan. Each plan is set up around the participants’ schedule, needs and or barriers, and their academic background. Participants can work 1-on-1 or in small groups with the Academic Coordinator or a volunteer tutor. Academic services help young adults prepare for and earn their GED, improve scores on Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) scores, and study for industry recognized credentials.
Program Details and Requirements:
Open Enrollment. Serves ages 16-24 and all Goodwill of Southern Arizona employees or program participants.
An Academic Services volunteer tutors youth and young adults to help them prepare for various exams including the GED, TABE tests, Certifications and school assignments. This is a great way to make a big impact in a young persons life.