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Union Home Mortgage Foundation – Intern Day of Service Supports Seeds

Each year, Union Home Mortgage recruits more than a hundred summer interns into their L.E.A.D. Internship Program. Program participants are provided with mentors, a variety of professional development opportunities, workshops, networking events, social events, sporting events, and more. (It’s really cool – check out all the stuff they get to
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[VIDEO] The Atomic Bomb

BAM! In the early hours of July 16, 1945, something terrifying and new happened in the deserts of New Mexico desert.  Just before 6 a.m., the sky was filled with a light three times brighter than the surface of the sun, an event observed by a secret group of scientists
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Online Tutoring vs. In-Person Tutoring: Which is right for you?

You’ve made the decision to finish your GED. Congratulations! You’ve already taken a huge step, but things have changed — probably more than a little — since you last attended school. 2 And Seeds has changed, too.  Beginning July 12, adults have two incredible options to consider in order to
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Juneteenth

by Chris Richards The nineteenth of June is a unique holiday. For some, the date has been celebrated for as long as they can remember. For others, it is practically unknown. This is partially because of the day’s historical origins, which were much more important to African Americans than many
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Masks, Vaccines, HIPPA, and the Classroom

(revised 6/2/2021) Since Seeds of Literacy announced plans to reopen (after COVID-19 shuttered our doors for more than a year), we’ve received some questions. You asked. We’re answering. “Why is Seeds requiring proof of vaccination to come on-site?” You will be asked to show proof of vaccination on your first
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What Makes An Employee Successful at Seeds?

(Updated 5/17/21) Seeds of Literacy is growing! We remained operational during the global pandemic that shuttered the doors of other adult literacy programs by going Virtual. As we look to reopen our physical classrooms (and possibly expand to new locations?!), we’re adding to our team!  “This is an exciting time
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Seeds Announces Classroom Reopening Date Post-COVID

On-Site Learning Resumes for New Fiscal Year May 5, 2021 (Cleveland) – “It has been a challenging year, to say the least,” President & CEO Bonnie Entler shared with stakeholders in a May 1 announcement. “The time has come to bring fully-vaccinated tutors and students back into our classroom.” The
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Volunteer Appreciation Week

Each year, we celebrate National Volunteer Appreciation Week by highlighting just a few of our INCREDIBLE volunteers! (And, each year, staff members gripe about having to pick JUST ONE (each) to highlight). Here are their submissions: Many of our students are intimidated by math when they first join Seeds and
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