We offer courses in English, computer, and financial literacy to give members the resources they need to succeed and become community leaders.
Adult Literacy Program
Aims to help adults improve their literacy skills, helping them to secure better jobs and better navigate daily life.
The goals of the Literacy Program are:
To provide young and adult family stability.
To help individuals to read and write such as their names and basic personal information in English.
To offer them ongoing learning opportunities in order to prepare individuals for their job search and career development.
To educate individuals on how to achieve productive lives through good health, personal fulfillment, and lifestyle sustainability.
To promote involvement in education of their children.
Aims to help adults for whom English is not their first language.
The goals of the ESLProgram are:
To improve participants' English language skills by enrolling them in English classes for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL/ESL).
To promote interactivity in classes in order to help students grasp both grammatical rules as well gain comfort in daily English interactions and advance their fluency.
HSE (High School Equivalency Diploma Preparation) Program
Aims to prepare those who desire to take the high school equivalency exam develop the skills needed for the exam.
The goals of the HSE Program are:
To cultivate the understanding that obtaining this diploma is another key step in securing a good job and in improving family financial stability.
Financial Literacy Program
Aims to help participants advance their financial literacy skills.
The goals of the Financial Literacy Program are:
To help members navigate and access banks, build assets, and understand consumer protections in order to improve family financial stability.
Computer Literacy Program
Aims to teach participants hands-on computer skills.
The goals of the Computer Literacy Program are:
To enable participants to advance their job search by being more marketable as employees
To enable participants maintain communication with family members.
After School Program
Aims to serve youth in each of the fall and spring sessions. It includes homework assistance through tutoring, mentoring and use of computer labs (STEM).
Aims to engage youth in academic tutoring where participants engage in fun physical fitness, enjoy the camaraderie of playing in a team format with friends and peers, and learn to become responsible adolescents and adults.