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  • After-School Program and Family Services

    Agency: Completely KIDS

    Literacy, educational support, mental health services and referrals to other agencies as needed.Works to address the holistic needs of each child through:· A safe environment with caring adult mentors.· Healthy meals and bags of weekend food.· A hands-on curriculum with a focus on reading, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and classr...


  • Workforce Development

    Agency: inCOMMON Community Development

    Help neighbors increase employment success and economic self-sufficiency through adult education, language classes, resume writing and interview skills, job placement, and financial workshops.


  • Immigrant and Refugee Services

    Agency: Quad City Alliance for Immigrants & Refugees

    Member-based organization for individuals and organizations interested in community issues related to refugees and immigrants.  Meets unfulfilled needs of immigrants and refugees in the Quad Cities.Members form two teams, a Development Team and an Education Team.The Education Team is comprised of Action Teams as follows:Positive Interaction with Po...


  • Education Services

    Agency: Creighton University

    GED (General Education Development) and ABE (Adult Basic Education) classes for those seeking to obtain their high school equivalency diploma.ESL (English as a Second Language) classes are 'open entry' throughout the year, providing instruction in English speaking, reading, writing, and listening for adults who range in ability from absolute non-sp...


  • Refugee Support Services

    Agency: Refugee Empowerment Center

    Assists all refugees; provides programs for ESL, transportation, cultural orientation, and employment.  Helps refugees learn to live and work in the United States.English as a Second Language. Employment skills class.Interpreters available to go with refugees to medical appointments or hospitals.Advocacy.Coordinates health and human services, ESL c...


  • Community College

    Agency: Northeast Iowa Community College

    A community college offering technical and transfer degrees. Students at NICC may choose courses, degrees, diplomas, or certificates in achieving educational objectives.


  • Dubuque Center

    Agency: Northeast Iowa Community College

    Offers classes and adult education/literacy services year-round with daytime and evening options. The facility also houses a learning center with 22 computers for student use and a certified testing center that provides academic and professional assessments.


  • Education Services

    Agency: Western Nebraska Community College

    Community college.GED preparation and testing.ESL - English as a Second language classes.Adult basic education, including literacy, job seeking, and life skills education.Citizenship preparation.Tutors available in various locations in the Panhandle.Single parent / displaced homemaker program provides career counseling, dependent care, non-traditio...


  • Education Services

    Agency: Metropolitan Community College

    Community college providing technical, vocational, and academic education.Continuing educationEnglish as a Second LanguageABE/General Educational Development (GED) testing and preparationAdditional locations - dial main number to reach all1 - Applied Technology Center2 - Do Space3 - Elkhorn Valley Campus4 - Fort Omaha Campus5 - Fremont Area Center ...


  • Education Services

    Agency: Alliance Public Schools

    School district offices.Summer migrant education program for children ages 5 years and older whose parents are in farm related work or agriculture (migrant work).


  • Business Services

    Agency: Southwestern Community College

    A two-year fully accredited community college with a variety of vocational/technical programs and liberal arts education. SWCC also offers a Small Business Development Center that can help anyone plan, start or build a small business. Call for more information 641-782-1483.


  • Adult Education

    Agency: Hastings Literacy Program

    Adult education including GED classes, adult basic education, civics and citizenship education, computer literacy, adult reading skills classes, English as a Second Language (ESL), and other basic literacy needs.  


  • Education Services

    Agency: Platte Valley Literacy Association

    Adult Basic Education and GED Classes helps adult students improve reading, math, science and/or social studies knowledge to get a GED degree. Students with 8th grade and under reading and math skills are in the Adult Basic Education program. Students at a 9th grade or higher level in reading and math become official GED students and begin studies ...


  • Adult Basic Education

    Agency: Southeast Community College

    Supports several grant-funded opportunities for instruction to help adults improve their life skills throughout the 15-county area. Includes Basic Skills/GED® classes, English as a Second Language, and Interpreter Training. There also are many volunteer opportunities available.


  • Adult Education and Family Literacy

    Agency: Black Hawk College

    Adult education and family literacy classes are non-credit and provide a range of basic skill instruction, English as a Second Language, GED preparation, and in some cases, high school credit.  Classes are informal and instruction is individualized.  Classes may be held in a variety of facilities, including churches, industrial plants, schools, lib...


  • Adult Education Services

    Agency: Central Community College

    Literacy, basic skills, GED, and ESL classes for students of other cultures.Adult and continuing education programs.Adult basic education.Classes also meet at the following location:Ord - Ord Learning Center, 1514 K Street, Suite 1; call (308) 728-3299 for information


  • Adult Education

    Agency: Northeast Community College

    The Adult Education Department at Northeast offers the following services: Preparation for citizenship testing Instruction in basic skills such as reading, writing, and mathematics (ABE) Preparation and testing for a high school diploma (GED®) English language learner (ELL) Integrated Education and TrainingClasses are available at the following loc...


  • DMACC Center for Career and Professional Development

    Agency: Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC)

    Services include:ESL or English as a Second Language is a program for people who speak, read and write best in a language other than English and desire to improve their use of the English language. Entry-level English through college-prep English is available.HiSET and High School Completion Center (testing and prep).Adult Literacy program provides...


  • Adult Education Services

    Agency: Cargill Meat Solutions Learning Center (CCC Campus)

    Adult English as a Second Language classes, beginner to advanced.  GED classes in English only.  Citizenship classes are offered twice per year.


  • Educational Classes

    Agency: Language and Culture School of Omaha

    Classes in English as a Second Language, GED preparation, citizenship, and workforce development. Classes online and at various locations.


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