Representatives from the Tremonton Library reported to the Tremonton City Council last week, informing them on the new Brain Fuse Program.
Librarian Kim Griffiths and Debbie Carter reported on Brain Fuse, an online e-learning, job coaching program funded through an LSTA (Library Service sand Technology Act) grant. The grant awarded the library with $10,500 to cover the cost of the program for a year ($3,000) and to purchase laptops for public use.
This program, for kindergartners to adults, has a tutorial section to help students with homework, as well as textbooks and study groups. There is also a Job Now section, which helps people write resumes, prepare for job interviews and find careers. Testing is done to see what students need help with and there’s also ACT and SAT preparation.
“It’s a program that’ll benefit our community greatly,” said Griffiths.
More about the program in this week’s Leader.