Adult Basic EducationHennepin County Library offers many opportunities for adults who are working on basic education skills, including in-person and online tutoring, computer classes, and English conversation circles. For more information, contact library staff in person or by phone, email, text or IM.
Adult Homework HelpGet help with your homework from a trained volunteer. Tutors can help in all subjects - driver's exam, citizenship, GED prep or college coursework.
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Study English, Math, Citizenship, and MoreConversation Circles
Practice speaking English at the library once a week for 1–2 hours.
Conversation Circle locations and schedule
Franklin Learning Center at Franklin Library
Come to study English, math, and basic computer literacy and life skills. Prepare for the GED or U.S. citizenship exam. Learners work one-to-one or in small groups with instructors and volunteer tutors.
For registration information, contact the Franklin Learning Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-543-6934.
Open Door Learning Center at Sumner Library
Drop by the lower level of Sumner Library for classes in English (for all levels), and GED.
Call 612-377-5399 or stop in to register and get more information.
In partnership with the Minnesota Literacy Council.
Nokomis Library - ELL Tutoring
Sign up to work with a volunteer tutor to learn English or improve your English skills. Sign up at the library or call 612-543-6800 to schedule your weekly session.
Sponsored by the Friends of Nokomis Library.
| Adult Learning Center |
Tutors available online every day
1-11 p.m. to help with:
•U.S. citizenship test
•Microsoft Office: Word, Excel or PowerPoint
Live online résumé and interview coaching and career advice.
Keyboarding and software
|Immigration & Citizenship|
|Continuing Education Resources|
Beginning and intermediate computer classes
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