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Free tutoring at Kern County Libraries

Kern County Library– Free Tutoring is Now Available In-Person and Online at All 22 Kern County Library Locations.

Kern County Library and Kern Literacy Council are partnering together to bring The Tutoring Network, a free tutoring service for adults, teens, and children. Tutoring assistance will be available both on-site at all Kern County Library locations and online.

Free tutoring is available in the following subjects:

Adult Basic Education (ABE) Adults 18+ can receive help with reading, writing, and math.

Child and Teen Basic Education (CBE) Children and Teens ages 7-17 can receive help with reading, writing, and math.

GED Preparation (GED) Students can receive coaching in a variety of high school subjects to help pass their GED or high school equivalency test.

English as a Second Language (ESL) Learn to read, write, and speak English from beginner to advanced levels.

Citizenship Test Preparation (CTP) Test Prep coaching for the United States Citizenship Test.

Whether it’s mastering test prep, refining your basic reading, writing, and math skills, or preparing for your citizenship test, tutors are here to guide learners of all ages. Reserve your spot for a free tutoring session at your local Kern County Library, or seamlessly connect for an engaging online session.

“Building positive community partnerships, like this one with Kern Literacy Council, is crucial in providing learning and literacy services to as many Kern residents as possible,” says Andie Sullivan, Director of Kern County Library.

The Tutoring Network is a partnership program by Kern County Library and Kern Literacy Council whose collective goal is to empower Kern County residents through literacy education.

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