Well Mission Community Service Center
Listing Last Update: July 13, 2018
- To study for my high school equivalency exam
You may use the contact information above to reach out to the program
or call 1-877-389-6874 for more help.
The Well Mission Community Service Center (WMCSC) is a non-profit charity organization, EIN 46-4461398, founded in January 2013. It attained its non-profit status in February 2014. It is organized solely to develop high school adult students dropouts to pass their general education development test (GED), test assessing secondary completion (TASC) and high school equivalency test (HiSET). The program is self-paced as students study their learning guide materials with the help of a credentialed teacher and volunteer tutors. Face to face 4-hour instruction is offered once in a week and a lot of computer/online-based learning activities. We also have work experience program, which either the students work at the center or find a job through our career development program. Since most of the students are really poor, we pay for their final examination. We also expunge criminal record of those who have them. More so, we offer referral service for food, housing, utilities and legal help. At present, 54 student have registered, but less that fifty-percent are very active. We plan to motivate them by offering them incentives, such as emphasizing paying for all their final examination and providing them with free learning guides.
Hours of operation: 10am to 5pm Mon to Fri; Sat. 10am to 12noon
Cost info: Proposed Office Manager wages: $10.00/hr. Monthly:$1400.00 Learning Guides-Books for 20 students: Electricity: Rent: Custodial Service: