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Ensure that all youth and a substantial proportion of adults, both men and women, achieve literacy and numeracy.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Literacy Centers: Provide literacy and numeracy programs, tutoring, and resources to community members of all ages.

  2. Parent-Teacher Associations: Support educational initiatives, including those related to literacy and numeracy. They may organize workshops, reading events, and fundraisers.

  3. Adult Education Programs: Improve the literacy and numeracy skills of adults within the community, offering classes and resources tailored to different needs.

  4. Community Libraries: Serve as hubs for promoting literacy by providing access to books, educational materials, and literacy-focused events. Librarians often organize reading programs and workshops.

  5. Community Learning Centers: Provide a range of educational services to the community, including literacy and numeracy classes for both children and adults.

  6. After-School Programs: Often incorporate literacy and numeracy activities to supplement formal education. These programs may include homework help and enrichment activities.

  7. Local NGOs and Non-profits: May focus on education, literacy, and numeracy initiatives tailored to the specific needs of the community.

  8. Community-based Women's Groups: Organize literacy and numeracy programs with a focus on empowering women through education.

  9. Faith-Based Organizations: Churches, mosques, temples, and other religious institutions may contribute to literacy initiatives by organizing educational programs and supporting community members in their education.

  10. Community Development Associations: Work on various community development initiatives, including education and may engage in projects that specifically target literacy and numeracy improvement.

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