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Gateway Connects TransfrVR with Literacy Council

Updated: Feb 10

With grant money from the Community Foundation of South Alabama, Gateway has partnered with the South Baldwin Literacy Council and TransferVR to receive 5 Virtual Reality Oculus headsets. Gateway and the Literacy Council proposed a “Career Exploration” program to TransferVR, to help students and adults alike to discover, tour, and train in different professions such as Automotive, construction, Hospitality, HVAC and many more. This training is assessed in the headset and each individual is scored.

The training modules and professions are continuously being developed and added to. TransferVR is now promoting this program to their clients all over the world to extend their reach and help people discover endless possibilities!

The South Baldwin Literacy Council offers FREE educational programs and classes, including GED testing, English, Spanish and French Language classes, and youth tutoring programs to name a few. Please contact Mitchell Lee, Executive Director, for more information at or (251) 943-7323.

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