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Tomlinson is hosting an information session for the YearUp program. This is a great opportunity for students ages 18 - 24. It's this Thursday July 11 from 5-7pm in Room 303. Please see flyer for more information.
Tomlinson Adult Learning Center classes will remain open during the summer until July 19th after which we will be closed for summer break. Classes will resume again for the 2019/2020 school session on Wednesday, August 14th. Thank you for another great year!
Congratuations to Holly Heintz, Tomlinson's ABE/GED teacher extraordinaire, who was recently selected as this year's recipient of COABE's National Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award!
For Good: A Special Star Shines at St.Pete School
Michael Glenn is an ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher at Tomlinson Adult Learning Center. Read more about this exceptional educator by clicking link: http://www.83degreesmedia.com/features/teacher-unites-immigrants-by-teaching-English
Building Inclusive Community at Tomlinson
Tomlinson Adult Learning Center appears in local St.Pete Green Bench Monthly Magazine. Read more about what they had to say! Building Inclusive Community at Tomlinson Adult Learning Center
Congratulations to Barbara Harris on completing the Phlebotomy Technician course at Pinellas Technical College!She says that it has been very satisfying to progress from getting her GED while at Tomlinson, to pursuing her dream of becoming a phlebotomist! It was hard work, but worth it. We wish you great success!
|Congratulations to Tomlinson GED graduate Zavior Mckenzie who was recently accepted into the opening March 2019 class of the national "YearUp" program. Zavior showed great determination and focus while getting his GED at Tomlinson and he is sure to bring those attributes to his future educational and occupational pursuits. Read more about Zavior's success here: A High School Equivalency Credential is Only the Beginning|
|Jean is a very dedicated Adult ESOL Student from Haiti. He was a French teacher there and he hopes to be able to continue that profession in the U.S. In his time here, learning English has been his priority. When his work schedule changed, he transferred to the ESOL Night Program, in order to continue his studies. When his schedule changed again, he transferred back so he could spend more time learning English. The progress he’s made since he started in August of this year is phenomenal. We wish we had many more of him.|