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We are seeking an interim Executive Director.

Everything that Valley Community Learning Association (VCLA) does is to make learning and growth happen in our community.

Our mission is to help adults reach their learning goals.

We are building stronger communities through adult learning.

We are creating a supportive and nurturing network within the Annapolis Valley, to help people develop their essential skills so they can improve their own lives and the lives of their children, and so they can participate more fully in their communities.

Our programs are free. We have in-person and online options. We offer classes in the daytime or evenings, and we have one-to-one tutoring, too. Our flexibility means we can help different learners even when they need to balance self-care, work, family and other community commitments.

We want to help our community learn and grow. When the Annapolis Valley community identifies an adult education or learning need, we do what we can to address it. That is why VCLA has programs like:


GED/Adult Upgrading
GED/Adult Upgrading
English (ESL)
English (ESL)
Youth Employment (YESS)
Youth Employment (YESS)
Valley Community Suppers
Valley Community Suppers
Literacy
Literacy
Cornerstone Homecare
Cornerstone Homecare
Lifestreams
Lifestreams
Volunteer Tutoring
Volunteer Tutoring
Write a Book
Write a Book
Computer
Computer
Prep for Written Drivers Test
Prep for Written Drivers Test
Teachings, Culture, and Crafts Mi’kmaq teachings
Teachings, Culture, and Crafts Mi’kmaq teachings

Our annual Literacy Mile Fundraiser will take place on Saturday, June 8th from 1-3pm
at the VCLA Community Hub at 118 Oakdene Avenue, Kentville, Nova Scotia

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