Date(s) - 03/14/2018
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cambridge Community Learning Center
Community Learning Center Open House for agencies supporting Cambridge residents
Come meet staff and students to find out about the programs, eligibility, and the enrollment process for the many programs offered at the Community Learning Center. Our programs include ESOL classes, HiSet and GED preparation, college preparation classes, and training to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. Students that are enrolled in classes have access to advising, career support, tutors, computer classes, conversation classes, citizenship classes, and special workshops.
Please RSVP to Lisa so we can be sure to plenty of refreshments and space for everyone.
Not sure if you can come? Watch a 30 second video or 6 minute video to hear from some of our students and teachers, or read about some of our students, including aspiring neurosurgeon, Ruth Rufus. The Community Learning Center is part of the Human Services Department of the City of the City of Cambridge.
Did you know?
- The computer lab of the CLC was once a holding cell for the Cambridge Police Department, before the building had a serious makeover!
- Students enrolled in the Bridge to College program can graduate with 3 credits from Bunker Hill Community College.
- In 1985, community members and students fought together and successfully prevented the CLC from closing as a result of Prop 2 ½ passing. The CLC opened in 1971 and is almost 50 years old!
- The Community Learning Center has ESOL classes in North Cambridge in addition to Central Square, including one with childcare.