2-28-2020 CENSUS 2020: Help Your Adult Students Understand the Importance of Being Counted.

First Literacy Workshop Registration (Single Session)

CENSUS 2020: Help Your Adult Students Understand the Importance of Being Counted. 

Friday, February 28, 2020 (single session)
3:00 – 4:00 PM (snacks and networking at 2:30 PM) 

First Literacy
160 Boylston Street, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA 02116

(Across from Boston Common)

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: 
The 2020 Census provides a picture of our nation that helps determine how federal funding is distributed; and how congregational seats are apportioned. It also shows us how our communities have changed over time. That's why an accurate count is so important. Learn about the 2020 Census and how to talk to your adult students about the importance of being counted -- making sure the count is complete and accurate. There will also be an explanation of the job opportunities available for which many of your adult students may qualify. And there will be plenty of time for questions.

PRESENTER:
Anne Williams is a US Census Bureau Partnership Specialist.
Space is limited, so register early!

We look forward to seeing you then!

This workshop is free to staff of all Massachusetts non-profit ABE and ESOL programs.

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