ARcare believes that education is the key for individual and community growth. We believe that educational growth makes an individual stronger, and stronger individuals contribute to the expansion and development of businesses and communities.
The ARcare Education Program is focused on helping the residents of Arkansas experience positive educational growth. The ARcare Education Program is a recognized leader in promoting a collaborative efforts with local established groups, schools, civic and government leaders to promote reading.
The ARcare Education Program works cooperatively with Augusta schools and the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in a pilot program called the Arkansas Delta Oral History Project. The program matches students with community mentors at the university level to promote understanding and literacy growth.
The ARcare Education Program also works collaboratively with the Woodruff County Library, Woodruff County Literacy Council, and other civic groups and leaders to assist residents of Woodruff County with educational needs, scholarships and literacy issues.
Please contact our corporate office at (870) 347-2534 for more information about the ARcare Education Program.