Unlocking each child’s potential through the foundation of reading
East Side Learning Center is an educational partnership with the School Sisters of Notre Dame
ESLC was recently featured on Channel 5 KSTP. The popular news station contacted us about our urgent need for volunteers. Our executive director, Chris Flippo, was interviewed for more information as well as long time volunteer, Mary Hill. As a result of the newscast, ESLC received a whopping 63 new volunteer applicants in just two weeks! Catch the full interview by clicking the picture above.
East Side Learning Center is an investment in our future! If children can read, they do well in math, science, history, economics, and ultimately, life! Your monthly gift to East Side Learning Center will ensure our children have the opportunity to dream about a career, going to technical school, or attending college. Support each child acquires the literacy skills required to build and create his or her own future. [Click the picture above to donate]
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Do you love children? We're hiring.
ESLC is seeking caring, committed adults to tutor Pre-K through third grade children who need extra support learning to read. Consideration will be given to persons who can work with the same child(re... Read More
Honoring your contributions and our students' successes
View the photos and video from the event as you read about the highlights and the winners of ESLC's first annual Celebration Awards for Partner of the Year Award, the Mary Riehle Service Award, and th... Read More
Inspiration for the work you do for the children
What Malala's story teaches me about literacy and life... a note from the Executive Director Read More
What's next for ESLC?
East Side Learning Center (ESLC) has gone through significant change over the past 18 months. That change includes a new Executive Director, the change in United Way funding, and the shifting needs o... Read More