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Encouraging kids to keep reading in the summer is critical to academic success. Oasis Intergenerational Tutoring is partnering with the St. Louis County Library to make this happen.
Once Oasis tutors discover the impact they can have on a child, they are ready to come back year after year.
RSVP funding will bring Oasis Intergenerational Tutoring to more students and older adults in 2019-2020.
Oasis centers across the nation are thankful to the men and women who have served our country and continue to have an impact in their communities.
Oasis Institute President Paul Weiss says Oasis is leading the way to shift the narrative about older adults from a population in need of service to simply people who can be empowered to serve.
Tom and Ann Stafford give to Oasis because they love the classes and want to ensure that tutoring thrives in their community.
Scott Decker was a bright and inquisitive second grader who needed some one-on-one time with the right adult. Oasis tutor Jerry Swinehart was the man for the task.
Glenda Gauss was reluctant at first to try Oasis tutoring. Twelve years and 40 children later, she can't imagine not being part of the program.
Oasis tutor Gerald Johnson has discovered when he meets with students, reading improves and something else happens: new friendships form.
The Generations United award is the only U.S. "seal of approval" for intergenerational programs that are meeting important community needs.
The Oasis Institute - National Office
11780 Borman Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146
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