The Washington Literacy Center is closed until further notice to support emergency response
to COVID-19(Coronavirus). Click here for more updates, information, and assistance.
Thank you for being a part of the Washington Literacy Center (WLC) TEP community. Our goal at WLC is to offer each customer support in navigating the TANF Education and Occupational Training (EOT) program in the District of Columbia. We will provide each customer the tools necessary to accomplish their educational, vocational, and occupational goals.
The Washington Literacy Center Office is closed.
Contact us by calling (202) 387-9029
Email your Case Manager:
Ieesha Reid: firstname.lastname@example.org
Omar Hasan: email@example.com
Contact Program Manager Brit Gourdine at (202) 387-9029 or
firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments or concerns.
Available Hours: Monday - Friday(9am - 5 pm)
KEEP IN CONTACT WITH US
All Classes and Activities Suspended Indefinitely Due to Coronavirus(COVID-19)
Use these resources, tips, and platforms to help you during this time of crisis and uncertainty.
Effective March 23rd, the Washington Literacy Center will not be accepting documents in-person. Please use the links below to complete your timesheet and other important documentation. Timesheets should be submitted through SeamlessDocs each Friday by 5 PM. Please email your Case Manager if a PDF/Word version of the documents is needed.
WLC will conduct orientations online or over the phone while Stay at Home orders are in place. Please complete the intake form below. Our Outreach Coordinator will get in touch with you and schedule a time for orientation.
The following is a list of educational and vocational assessments that will aid you in measuring and discovering your interests, skill set, values, goals, and strengths.
Education and Occupational Training Navigator (EOT)
INFORMATION, ACTIVITIES, AND EVENTS
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The essence of mathematics is not to make simple things complicated, but to make complicated things simple.
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