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Saturday, March 18, 2017
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Our mission is to help adults who live or work in Tompkins County meet their personal goals, free of charge, by improving their ability to read, write, and speak English, and to use math and computers.
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Tompkins Learning Partners citizenship students come from all over the world. They are now our community members, neighbors, and friends. Each has his or her own story about their journey to the...
Last week, Tompkins Weekly published an article detailing a naturalization ceremony held in Ithaca earlier this month.
We want to extend a huge congratulations to all 49 new citizens, and...
On December 7, 2016, Tompkins Learning Partners received a check for $600 from the Social Service League of Ithaca at their 7th annual awards celebration held at the Child Development Council in...
TLP staff designed a bulletin board thanking our many volunteers for the recent National Volunteer Week. The names of all of TLP's tutors, board members and other volunteers were displayed in...
Congratulations to all the puzzlers who came out to Tompkins Learning Partners’ 5th Annual Finger Lakes Crossword Competition on March 18! We enjoyed an amazing afternoon of wordplay, puzzle...
Right now, Literacy New York's home page features a short profile of yours truly! Have a look and cheer us on!
Many thanks to Tracy Diina for interviewing us and bringing our good news to...
Hey students and tutors!
We've reorganized our Resources tab yet again! You can now find Tompkins County-specific resources easily under its very own heading right beneath Adult Basic...
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