Community Resources:

Digital

Literary Resources

Literary resources are local and online resources that aim to help individuals improve their basic literary. Basic literacy covers topics such as reading and writing, learning English as a second language, improving reading comprehension skills and more. You can click here to learn more about the importance of basic literary.

Online Education and Career Resources

Online education resources are local and online resources that aim to help individuals improve their information literary. Information literary is about knowing how to use online resources, current technology, and fully participate in today's digital age. In today's world many jobs can only be applied to online and require applicants to have knowledge of how to use computers, the internet, and programs like Microsoft office. You can click here to learn more about the importance of Information literary.​
 

Civic and Social Resources

Civic and social resources resources are local and online resources related to civic and social literary. Civic literary helps individuals to participate in civic life through knowing how to stay informed, understanding governmental processes, and knowing how to exercise the rights and obligations of citizenship at various levels. Good social literacy helps people to do those things in a polite respect manner and connect with and better understand others. You can click here to learn more about the importance of civic and social literary. 

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Health and Well-Being Resources

Health and well-being resources are local and online resources related to health literary. Health literacy is about knowing how to manage your own health and well-being, be an effective partner with your health care providers, and live a longer, healthier life. You can click here to learn more about the importance of health literacy.​

Financial Resources

Financial resources are local and online resources related to Financial literary. Financial literacy is the possession of the set of skills and knowledge that allows an individual to make informed and effective decisions with all of their financial resources. You can click here to learn more about the importance of financial literacy.​​​
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  • IRS Forms and Instructions - Taxes

    • This page from the IRS provides links to download and print all the important tax forms you ​​might need for the current financial year. It lists all the most requested forms and has a link to view any more obscure forms you might need.

    • Find tax forms at https://www.irs.gov/forms-instructions
       

  • Keystone Scholars - Financial Aid

    • Keystone Scholars is Pennsylvania’s investment in your baby’s bright future. PA Treasury is investing $100 for every baby born to or adopted by a PA family after December 31, 2018 to families to be used for the baby’s future higher education expenses. A child with education savings is three times more likely to enroll in a two- or four-year college and four times more likely to graduate.The $100 will be invested by the PA Treasury Department and will grow through the years right alongside your child. Your Keystone Scholars account can be used for qualified expenses when your child pursues higher education. 

    • Check out Keystone Scholars at https://www.pa529.com/keystone/
       

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