Trident Literacy Association to Hold Public GED Info Sessions at the Berkeley County Library System

North Charleston, SC – Over 80,000 adults in the Charleston metro do not have their high school diploma or GED. The GED can be a gatekeeper to many in our community allowing access to better paying Trident Literacy Association to Hold Public GED Info Sessions at the Berkeley County Library Systemjobs, college, and the military. Together we can break the cycle of poverty in our community and provide equitable educational opportunities to all adults. A more educated community means a more prosperous community. This is why Trident Literacy Association works with and for adults in the tri-county area to earn their GED and WorkKeys certificate.

To promote community access to knowledge about the GED, TLA is hosting a series of GED Information Sessions at Berkeley County Libraries. These sessions are designed to present essential details about the GED test and a Q/A segment devoted to addressing attendees’ questions. Times, days, and locations for the GED Information Sessions are as follows:

  • Monday, March 28, 2016 – Hanahan Library Meeting Room from 5:00 – 6:30pm
  • Tuesday, March 29, 2016 – Sangaree Library Meeting Room from 5:00 – 6:30pm
  • Wednesday, March 30, 2016 – Goose Creek Library Meeting Room from 5:00 – 6:30pm

For more information, visit http://tridentlit.org/

About TLA

Improving lives in our community.

Being literate means being able to read the newspaper or a medicine bottle, or to complete a job application. It means a better life. Trident Literacy Association offers individualized and small group instruction for adults that gets results.

Programs include:


Special niches: Students benefit from our self-paced study programs, tailored to meet their needs. Study groups have 5 or fewer students, making learning comfortable and easier. One-on-one tutoring is available, with volunteer tutors who treat students with respect. There is a $5 monthly fee per student. The GED Preparation fee is $5 per month. There is no charge for senior citizens aged 65 and up.