Unlocking each child’s potential through the foundation of reading
An educational partnership with the School Sisters of Notre Dame and proud host of AARP Foundation Experience Corps
Join ESLC staff for a special screening and discussion of the KARE 11 documentary, "love them first: Lessons from Lucey Laney Elementary. RSVP is requested. Click the link to RSVP.
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! [Click the picture above to donate]
Learn more about the recent acquisition of the AARP Foundation Experience Corps -Twin Cities program and the benefits it affords to ESLC and to the AmeriCorps Literacy Mentors.
New to tutoring at ESLC? Visit our Experience Corps website for training resources, videos, and more for our new reading program. (https://www.expcorpsmn.org)
If you're over 50 years old and want to volunteer and make a huge difference in the lives of children, become an AmeriCorps Literacy Mentor. AmeriCorps members earn a stipend and education award for 300 hours of service per year.
Ever wonder how to donate stocks or securities? ESLC makes it easy to donate stocks or securities. Simply complete the downloadable form and follow instructions to send it in.
Read Executive Director Chris Flippo's blog series about the changes that compelled her and the Board of Directors to consider the acquisition of another nonprofit.
Tutor Tip: What's in a Letter Sound
Read about an app that helps you pronounce the letter sounds in a way that makes it easier for a child to sound out words. Read More
Leaving a Lasting Legacy
Meet long-time supporter and partner in changing each child's life, John Riehle. Read More
Immigration in St. Paul, a community learning opportunity
Join Peter Rachleff, Executive Director of East Side Freedom Library for a discussion about the history of immigration in St. Paul. Read More
You're invited to "love them first"
RSVP and plan to join us for a special showing of the KARE 11 documentary, "Love them First: Lessons from Lucy Laney Elementary" Read More