Student Resources

Trying to figure out your next step after
graduating from Project Read?

Whether you’re planning on going to college or just hoping to get a better job, check out this website for help deciding which path is for you.

This website has a list of frequently asked questions about getting the GED.

Project Read has several GED prep books. Ask about them in the office.

This website will help you figure out what colleges to apply to and help you through the application process. There’s even a section to help you find the money you’ll need to pay for classes.

The TOEFL is a Test Of English as a Foreign Language. Most colleges require a TOEFL score of non-native English speakers.

ETS is the organization that manages the TOEFL nationwide. Visit their website for information on everything from studying for the TOEFL to when and how you’ll receive your score.

This website has links to nearly 50 online resources for individuals learning English.

This website has another 40 links to online resources

Writing Contest Information

Every March, Project Read does a writing contest for current students. Submissions are usually due by April 1st, and winners are announced at the Annual Recognition in April.

Student Success Stories

Click here to read more about former Project Read students.

Third Thursday Partners

Every 3rd Thursday, Project Read hosts community partners who present mini workshops on everyday challenges (like budgeting or meal planning). Highlights from the presentations are stored here.

Check the calendar for upcoming topics.

Transition Program

Project Read graduates my choose to participate in a 6 month transition program, in which they are paired with a tutor who helps them plan and prepare for whatever their next step may be.

Labs and Workshops

See the calendar for days and times as well as topics covered.