Voices of Adult Learners

28th Annual Voices of Adult Learners (2024)

March 21, 2024, 6 p.m., at the V. Earl Dickinson building on the main campus.      

Stories of Meaning: Voices of Adult Learners. Individuals from around the world will share their meaningful stories and poems about family, work, education and belonging. This is an annual Virginia Festival of the Book event. 

Voices of Adult Learners is a celebration bringing together adults from literacy, GED and ESL education programs to share their compelling stories. Read the stories and watch the videos (subtitles/closed caption available) of the 2021 winners. 

Dogwood Blooms

A Water Well

Written by Nang Lao, TJACE@PVCC student

Far From the Hotel

Written by Luke Dravo, TJACE@PVCC student

Like Mother Like Daughter

Written by Eun Young Cha, TJACE@PVCC student

My Second Hometown

Written by Gary Geng, TJACE@PVCC student

Dogwood Blooms

The Orange Life Vest

Written by Wendy, TJACE@PVCC student

Crazy Animals

Written by Eva Quezada, TJACE@PVCC student

How I Get Creative in My Hobby

Written by Inna Kostiuchyk, TJACE@PVCC student

My Karenni New Year's Tradition

Written by Cecilia Pomeh, TJACE@PVCC student

Dogwood Blooms

Shabe Yalda

Written by Fariba Paknejad, TJACE@PVCC student

What Is the Meaning of Country

Written by George Abudeeb, TJACE@PVCC student


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