ORDER THE PRACTICE TEST PROGRAM ON THE SERVICES PAGE
YOU CAN REGISTER ON THIS PAGE FOR HELP
FILL OUT THE INFORMATION BELOW ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE PAGE
Here is the phone number again to call:
631-348-1341 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 631-348-1341 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
We are available from 9 AM-5 PM Eastern Standard Time. If it is really urgent, feel free to call before 10 PM.
Always remember to speak slowly and clearly when you leave a recorded message. Sometimes it is difficult to hear the phone number in recorded messages. If you do not hear from us, call back because we cannot return your call unless we are certain of your number.
Some residents of Suffolk and Nassau counties have obtained the program by visiting Martin in his home office. His office is about thirty seconds from exit 58 off the Long Island Expressway and you can click below to get the driving directions
You may contact Martin below by filling out the form, but Martin urges everyone to get a free email address in a library or through a friend or family member.
If you want other information in English or Spanish, let us know. If you have an email address or set up an email address, we can send you additional information about the program. This information will get people on the road quicker than people get by registering for a GED class.
Remember that Martin's interests include GED, dropout prevention, workforce development, parental involvement, eliminating the violence in communities, and English language acquisition. He champions the education of all: citizens, residents, and undocumented immigrants, including day laborers.
Let us help Haiti! Now!
TPS for Haitians in Brentwood, New York
Èske w enterese pran yon
diplòm ekivalan lekòl segondè?
I have friends that speak Creole and they can help you to achieve your goals.
You may contact me about a GED problem or if you want to register for my program. If you want English language adquisition help or advice, contact me below. I have advice for dropouts as well and Title 1 Parent Involvement in the public schools.
Journalists and reporters who want to mentor at-risk youth may now contact me to get involved.
People may soon be able to get my new GED program online and within minutes, too. Imagine getting help within minutes?