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1401 Froesel Drive, Ellisville, MO 63011 · Phone 636.891.6644 · info@prcommunityed.org

Highlights

MOLearns

MOLearns is Missouri's FREE high school equivalency (HSE) preparation online classroom. Complete your lessons online, 24/7 at home, when it is most convenient for your schedule.

View the MOLearns website.

About Our Teachers

Our FREE Adult Education & Literacy classes are taught by more than 60 certified teachers throughout the St. Louis area.

See why our teachers do what they do in this video.

Looking to Give Back?

See how you can make a real difference by enriching the lives of others in our adult education program.

Learn more about being a volunteer.

You can give back as a volunteer with our adult education program.

Volunteer Opportunities

​​​​​​​​​​Looking for a way to give back? Do YOU like to help others?
Enrich the lives of others by becoming a volunteer with our adult education program! As a volunteer you can:
  • Help adults learn to read, write, or improve their math skills in our high school equivalency classes.
  • Engage in conversation with a non-native English speaker.
  • Prepare students for American customs and citizenship.

Training is provided, and there are opportunities to work one-on-one or in small groups.. Volunteer opportunities are available in the Parkway, Rockwood, Hazelwood, Pattonville, Clayton, Brentwood, and Maplewood Richmond Heights school districts.  Call 314-415-4941 for more information.

If you are interested in being a volunteer tutor, please contact Christy Hernandez at chernandez@parkwayschools.net​ or 314-415-4941. You do not need to be a certified teacher.  Training is provided.

Types of Classes Available

English as a Second Language (ESL) - volunteer positions are available to help students read, write, and speak English, prepare for the citizenship interview and function in our society.

​Basic Skills/High School Equivalency (HSE) - volunteer positions are available to help students improve basic reading, writing, math and language skills, prepare students for the HiSET (formerly GED) exam and improve workplace skills.

Volunteer Qualifications

  • ​High school diploma or high school equivalency
  • Patience
  • Non-judgmental attitude
  • Reliability
  • Flexibility

Volunteer Responsibilities

  • ​Attend tutor training.
  • Complete background check forms.
  • Commit to volunteering once a week for 2- 3 hours.​