Interview with Julie Weche, Founder of Elimu Tutoring and Training Center in Baltimore, MD [VIDEO]

In this week’s episode of Diaspora Notebook, NTV’s Chris Wamalwa interviews Julie Weche, founder of Elimu Tutoring and Training Center.

Elimu Tutoring and Training Center serves the Kenyan community in Baltimore, Maryland, providing after-school Math & Reading Classes, Swahili, Dance & Piano Classes, and Summer Camp.

Elimu Tutoring and Training Center is located at 1713 Taylor Avenue, Parkville, MD 21234. You can reach them by phone at (410) 303-3335.

 

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Julie Weche

Thank you all for your support and encouragement. Thank you Mwakilishi for your continued support and partnership. Thank you Chris Wamalwa for your great work with NTV's Diaspora Notebook, which enables Kenyans in the Diaspora to tell their story.

Nothing gives me greater joy than seeing children happy. I thank parents for entrusting their children to me. Above all I thank God for the opportunity to work with kids, youth and families.

The long awaited Spring is finally here. Please join us organize this year's Spring and Summer family events as we help our youth experience our beautiful Kenyan culture.

More information to follow soon.

Thanks again,
Julie Weche

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