Group ESL (English as a Second Language) class starts today for Crime Victim Care of Allen County

There’s nothing like the smell of just-opened books!

This shipment of Laubach Way to Reading program books just arrived and will be headed out tomorrow for the first class of our group ESL (English as a Second Language) program for Crime Victim Care of Allen County.

We’re excited to advance our partnership with this amazing agency and we know the tutors and the students are about to embark on an amazing journey.10835115_658573380935156_8332001765035994722_o

Mobile (Android) Application Progress

We’re pleased to share with you two screenshots from our mobile application for Android that’s currently in the works.

The project is part of a two-semester long assignment students at theIndiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) Computer Science department are working on.

The IPFW students are handling the programming, while our intern (also from IPFW), Melinda, has supplied the graphic work.

The application will allow volunteer to schedule appointments, check their e-mail, and log hours.

On-line classes!

We love technology.

Starting this month, select FortWayne.Education courses in Health, Nutrition, English language skills, and more will be available on-line.

What started as a program to provide grammar brush-up courses to our tutors and students at the Carriage House has become a platform capable of providing our services to our partners throughout the city.

You can visit our online classroom at http://elearn.fortwayne.education

FortWayne.Education computers
FortWayne.Education computers