6th year – 2021
- 77 Students served
- In June, started Tuesday, Thursday & Friday English classes, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
- In August, English classes began on Mondays & Wednesdays at the New Horizons location from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
- Special classes in Exercise, Health & Wellness taught by UF/IFAS FNP staff and volunteer.
5th year – 2020
- 36 students served
- Due to Covid-19 and lock downs, in March, started phone & online classes.
- In July, had online Mathematics tutoring for the children of students transitioning to 5th grade.
- In September, offered special classes, in person and online, in Home Ownership, Budgeting and Money Management by retired COO, CPA.
4th year – 2019
- 41 Students served
- Tuesdays and Thursdays classes at the Café of Life continue.
- In spring, began hosting advanced English & Computer classes at the Library.
- In September, Immigration Special Class with group and individual sessions benefitting additional 20 individuals from the community, by the Lutheran Services Florida.
3rd year – 2018
- 38 Students served, post Hurricane Irma event.
- Classes held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, in the afternoon at the Café of Life.
- GED preparation classes available.
- In August, Special Financial Literacy classes in the areas of Building Emergency Savings, Payday Loans, Identity Protection, Budgeting and Considering Home Ownership. These were presented by the staff from a local bank.
2nd year – 2017
- 47 Students served
- Continued Offering classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Café of Life. Added English class to Thursdays, making the Mathematics class a Special class.
- Limited Wednesday morning classes.
- Started Small Business Counseling and Citizenship preparation classes.
- In August, local bank presented detailed Financial Literacy classes in Basic Banking, Family Budgeting and Home Ownership.
1st year – 2016
- 28 Students served
- Classes held on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the afternoon at the Café of Life location. Offered. Reading/Writing, English, Computer Basics, Mathematics. On Wednesday mornings, offered English class.
- Assistance with Resume preparation provided.
Yesukan has been able to serve the community by offering classes in Reading, Writing, English, Computer basics and Mathematics. GED classes are provided for those who did not complete high school or require the certificate to continue their studies.
Over the years, with the help of other community organizations, businesses, successful and experienced individuals, Yesukan has provided financial classes, immigration information, citizenship training and counseling for small business owners.
School age children who attend with their families are being helped with their homework while at Yesukan. Annually, there are family events to celebrate the progress of the students and their children.