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HRDC adult education director looking for tutors

 

Last updated 3/28/2022 at 11:06am

Havre Daily News/Patrick Johnston

District 4 Human Resources and Development Council Adult Eduction Director Tricia Williams Ferry sits in her office. Williams Ferry said the COVID pandemic has increased dropout rates in the area and her program wants to help people get their equivalent of a high school diploma.

District 4 Human Resources and Development Council's operations proceed in 2022 with Adult Eduction Director Tricia Williams Ferry settling in to her new role at the organization and looking for volunteer tutors.

Ferry has been at the position since June of last year and her department has been working closely with HRDC's employment and training department to get adults, young and otherwise, ready for work or higher education.

She said adult education is not new ground for her, as she taught for eight years at the Shelby private prison before working as a legal secretary.

She said she wa...



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