Access online resources for language learning and test preparation as well as in-person tutors and learning communities at the library.
Live coaching and practice exams for many tests including the U.S. citizenship exam and the GED. Build academic skills, learn Microsoft programs, improve your resume, and more.
Resources for basic computer and academic skill building, job preparation, and career advancement. Includes interactive tutorials, online books, and test preparation tools for GED, SAT, ACT, TOEFL, and military and occupational exams.
Self-paced, in-depth language tutor for English, French, German, Spanish, Latin American Spanish, Italian, and Dutch.
Self-paced instruction for over 70 languages.
Located in Franklin Library, the Franklin Learning Center serves adults who are studying English, math, science, social studies, technology and life skills, and preparing for the GED and U.S. citizenship exams.
Learners work one-to-one or in small groups with instructors and volunteer tutors. Registration is required.
Group classes at Sumner Library to learn English and prepare for the U.S. citizenship exam or GED.
Call 612-377-5399 or stop in to register and get more information.
Offered in partnership with the Minnesota Literacy Council.
Trained volunteer tutors will help adults with college homework assignments in any subject. Also open to adults working to improve their English, prepare for the GED, occupational, citizenship and driver’s exams.
*Adult homework help at Minneapolis Central Library will resume later this fall.
Practice your English and make new friends.
Work with a volunteer tutor at Nokomis Library to learn English or improve your English language skills. New students will complete a placement test to determine their level. This program is free, and all materials are provided.
For more information, call the Nokomis Library at 612-543-6800.
Sponsored by Friends of the Nokomis Library.