Free ACT Workshops

Posted by Free Library of Philadelphia on January 18, 2016

The Free Library of Philadelphia College Prep Program ‘Passport to College’ is pleased to offer 2 additional ACT Workshops at Northeast Regional Library on Saturday, January 23 and Parkway Central Library on Saturday, March 5.

Partnering with Maria J. Ferzola – Lipiros, CEO & Founder of TEACH, high school students will explore the ACT, including sample questions, topics to expect for the test, the best ways to prepare for testing, and ACT testing in relation to post-secondary acceptance. Students will also become informed about effective practice resources. Interested? Register here:

· Saturday, 1/23 from 2pm-3:30pm, Northeast Regional Library, 2228 Cottman Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19149, Meeting Room –
· Saturday, 3/5 from 2pm-3:30pm, Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103, Rooms 406 and 407 –

Additionally, students will receive a passport card featuring the various workshops offered during the academic year. Each time a student completes a workshop, he or she will receive a stamp on his or her College Passport. As an added bonus, each stamp counts as an entry toward a $250 Barnes and Nobles gift card!

New Passport to College Workshops are added weekly, so be sure to check Eventbrite at and search ‘Free Library of Philadelphia College Prep Program’! Thank you in advance and continued success with your 2016 academic year!

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