Voices of Adult Learners

Voice 2022 front cover

27th Annual Voices of Adult Learners (2023)

March 23, 2023, 6 p.m., at the V. Earl Dickinson building on the main PVCC campus. 
 

26th Annual Voices of Adult Learners (2022)

Hosted by: TJACE@PVCC 

Held March 17, 2022 at 6:30 pm at PVCC’s V. Earl Dickinson building. 

Voices of Adult Learners is a celebration bringing together adults from literacy, GED, and ESL education programs to share their compelling stories. Students enrolled in literacy and adult education programs have composed a variety of writings about everyday life, traditions, childhood and personal stories. This is an annual Virginia Festival of the Book  event. 

Please click on the links to read the stories and watch the videos (subtitles/closed caption available) of the winners for 2021. 

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

 


 

Buy the Books

 

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