Youth Programs

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Our Youth Programs

Working one-to-one with youth living in Wellington County. Funded by United Way.

Programs offered by Zoom can be viewed in the WCLC offices if you don’t have a PC or laptop to join the Zoom call with.  

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One-to-One Tutoring

Students meet with a volunteer tutor or parent to work on subjects as needed. Students are assessed and resources are supplied.

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Parent Help

Parents can meet with program coordinator to understand tutor training as it applies to their child.

Small group program. Volunteers and students meet for a weekly program. Emphasis on sight words, phonics, and fluency.

For dates and times, please click below:

Math Program

Small group program. Volunteers and students meet for a weekly program. Emphasis on basic skills such as; adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.

Employment program for older youth searching for careers/entry level jobs.

View our PDF for start dates and details:

Learn about handling your money and understand what financial planning is all about.

See PDF for dates:

Get ready to write the Safe Food Handling exam for certification – for ages 14 – 18 yrs.

See PDF for  September start dates: 

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Get started!

We’re here to help you get started on your learning goals. Our staff are here and ready to help!

Start Learning

We’re here to help you upgrade your skills and get on the path to education.

Please complete the below form, and a member of our office will contact you to help build a plan for success.