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Project Literacy Fills Gap – Daily Courier Article

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The modern economy requires more of a job-seeker than having a few skills and knowing how to fill in an application.

Most vocations demand college or technical training. To enrol for a program — especially a popular one, such as information technology — you need to pass an entrance test. Some students have to brush up on their math and language abilities to get the “pass” they need.

More are turning to Project Literacy for extra help. The society provides free tutoring support for adults who want to improve their writing and math skills so they’re better qualified for the jobs they want.

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