East York Learning Experience
266 Donlands, Toronto
ON, M4J 5B1
Canada
Tel: (416) 425-2666 / Fax: (416) 425-0682
eyle@idirect.com


3rd ANNUAL GENERAL FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN
March 1st – 31st, 2016
GOAL: $7000


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For over 28 years East York Learning Experience has been helping adults improve their literacy skills, leading to greater opportunities for employment, education and personal independence for them and their families. We do this with the help of 60-70 trained and committed community volunteers.

Once a year, we must also ask you, the public, for financial help. Please aid us in this important work by making a donation during our 3rd Annual Fundraising Campaign from March 1st – 31st.

To make a donation, click on the ‘Donate Now through CanadaHelps.org button’ below, or send a cheque to: East York Learning Experience, 266 Donlands Ave., Toronto, ON M4J 5B1. Any amount is greatly appreciated.

Charitable tax receipts will be issued on amounts of $10.00 or more.
Thank you for helping us give the gift of literacy!

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Welcome

East York Learning Experience is a non-profit adult literacy program serving East York, parts of east Toronto, and west Scarborough. EYLE has spent 26 years building our organization with the objective of reducing the social and economic barriers of adult literacy students. Our students are highly motivated and demonstrate a real commitment to their learning. EYLE recruits and trains community volunteers who work on a one-to-one basis with adult students to develop their reading, writing, math, and basic computer skills.

EYLE Mission Statement

Our mission is to assist adults seeking to improve their personal and working lives through programs in literacy and basic math and computer skills.

Program Offerings

  • EYLE offers a one-to-one, small group, and computer-based learning service
  • A student-centered curriculum that takes into account the unique needs of our adult literacy students
  • State of the art technology and learning resources
  • Flexible hours of operation
  • A friendly and warm environment where our students are encouraged and supported in their learning goals
  • Community-mindedness by encouraging our students to play a role in the program through our various committees and our Board of Directors
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Computer Based Learning at East York Learning Experience

    EYLE students now have an opportunity to develop their basic computer skills by participating in a series of in-house computer classes, in a small group setting (maximum 5 students). These weekly classes, spaced out over a period of 6 weeks, are based on a curriculum EYLE developed for a previous computer-based learning project in partnership with the Centennial College Open Access program. The curriculum is designed to specifically meet the needs of adult literacy students and is adapted for each series of classes based on the participants’ previous exposure to computers.

    During 2005, EYLE delivered a series of workshops, introducing many of our students and tutors to the AlphaRoute website. This website offers online activities designed for adult literacy students and helps to develop reading, writing, numeracy, and computer skills. Activities can be selected by the skills to develop, and by the literacy level of the user. Students can work through activities independently, or with their tutor as part of their weekly one-on-one tutoring sessions.

    EYLE students are encouraged to reserve computer time and visit the centre outside of their regular tutoring sessions to further develop their computer skills.

    EYLE would like to thank our Funders

    Through the generous donations and support of the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities, private donors, foundations, and corporations, East York Learning Experience continues to make possible the goal of breaking down the social  and economic barriers of adults who are building their literacy and basic skills.

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