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FSU, Public Broadcast Center

*Resource for children, youth, educators, and parents to enhance educational diversity *Sponsors Sci Girls (summer camp for girls 9-15), Ready to Learn Resources (ages 2-8), WFSU Kids (provides events for families), 411 Teen (Sunday radio program for teens) and others *Volunteer opportunities available for persons interested in programming, pledge drive support and other events *Helps promote events through website on-line calendar, cultural notes on radio and TV programs

Services: Distance Education, Literacy Programs, Media/Communications, Parent/Family Involvement in Education, Parenting Skills Classes, Volunteer Opportunities

1600 Red Barber Plaza

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 645-7200

Gadsden County Public Library System

*Standard library services at 3 locations, a bookmobile, multimedia books, DVD's, large print books, computer/internet access *Children's services include story time, class visits, outreach Library programs and story times at after school programs, summer camps and daycares, Lego Robotics, Science Nights, Parent and Child Play Time, and Summer Reading Programs, Free e books on library website *Literacy instruction and for adults 18 and older, taught by volunteers, has large selection of literature for adult beginners; trains volunteers as tutors and matches them with students; computer and other adult education courses available if funding permits *Direct connection in Quincy library via a video terminal now allows visitors to speak directly with a Social Security employee in Tallahassee; call to find out days and hours this service is available *Other Branches: *Chattahoochee, Cowen Library, 300 Maple St 32324 *Havana, 203 E 5th St 32333

Services: Adult Basic Education, Computer Literacy Training Programs, Library Services, Literacy Programs, Public Internet Access Sites, SSI, Volunteer Opportunities

732 Pat Thomas Pkwy

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 627-7106

Harrell Memorial Library, Liberty County

*Offers library services: books, CD's, references, book discussion groups, child and youth programs, resource assistance services for homebound persons *Large print and talking books/magazines, magnifier aids for vision, hearing and other disabilities *Computers and computer classes available to public; exam proctoring *Offers literacy and ESL help, math kits with books and activities for parents to complete with their Pre-School and Kindergarten aged children *Other location Jimmy Weaver Memorial Library, 22149 NE SR 20, Hosford, 32334 *Bay County Public Library in Panama City headquarters of Northwest Regional Library System (NWRLS)

Services: Computer Literacy Training Programs, English as a Second Language, Library Services, Literacy Programs, Public Internet Access Sites, Test Proctoring

13016 NW CR 12

Bristol, FL 32321

(850) 643-2247

Jefferson County RJ Bailar Public Library

*Library services cover 40,000+ books, magazines, CD's, DVD's, audio collection *Two computer labs available with 27 units with free internet access *Summer reading program for children and adolescents *Video documentary program for adults *Literacy programs available *Gentle therapy dogs to whom children read aloud monthly on Saturday

Services: Library Services, Literacy Programs, Volunteer Opportunities

375 S Water St

Monticello, FL 32344

(850) 342-0205

Leon County Public Library

*General library services: books, media materials for check out including CDs, DVD's, audio books, magazines, reference resources *Children's library services: "Baby Time", for children 0-30 months, children's story time for 3-5 years *Homework Hub: a free after school program for K-8th grade students that offers academic tutoring services from volunteers via Zoom on a variety of subjects *Meeting rooms, Adult Literacy Program, English as a Second Language, computers with internet access and an on-line database of magazines, newspapers and charitable organizations *Reference desk area has file on clubs and civic organizations *Branches: *Lake Jackson, 3840-300 N Monroe St, Huntington Oaks Plaza *Northeast, 5513 Thomasville Rd *Dr B L Perry, Jr, 2817 S Adams St *Fort Braden, 16327 Blountstown Hwy *Eastside, 1583 Pedrick Rd *Woodville, 8000 Old Woodville Rd *Not all branches have similar, extensive services; call to verify

Services: English as a Second Language, Library Services, Literacy Programs, Public Internet Access Sites, Tutoring Services, Volunteer Opportunities

200 W Park Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 606-2665

Leon County Public Library, Literacy Volunteers of Leon

*Provide free and confidential tutoring on an individual basis, to anyone age 16 and older wishing to learn how to read and write or study for the GED.

Services: English as a Second Language, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Literacy Programs, Tutoring Services, Volunteer Opportunities

200 W Park Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 606-2644

Pyramid, Inc

*Unique arts program for adults with developmental disabilities, offering a full range of visual and performing arts, catering to each student's level of ability and interest *Other courses: computer and literacy training, peer counseling and skill-development classes, physical/nutritional and behavioral assistance *Fees vary based on services; become Medicaid Waiver eligible through Developmental Services, DCF or be private pay

Services: Art Therapy, Computer Literacy Training Programs, Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Literacy Programs

1910 Commonwealth Ln

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 513-1733

TCC, Adult Education, GED, ESL Programs

*Adult Basic Education, GED and Adult ESOL Programs teach basic skills (reading, writing and mathematics) *Improves basic reading, writing and computing skills for individuals (16 and over) preparing for the GED exam and workforce skills *Adult ESL for students (16 and over) whose first language is not English and who are no longer attending public schools *Career Advising Program for career planning *Classes held on TCC's campus and community sites around area in three hour blocks, 9AM-Noon or 6PM-9PM.

Services: Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Literacy Programs

Center for Workforce Development, Bldg #38

444 Appleyard Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 201-8760

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