- Adult Basic Education (ABE) helps students improve their reading, writing and math skills.
- English as a Second Language (ESL) and English Language and Civics Education (EL-CIVICS) classes will help immigrants develop English language and literacy skills. Students will learn to speak and understand English as they learn in real-life situations, including job-readiness, civics, citizenship skills, and healthcare.
- High School Equivalency (HSE) classes prepare students to pass the High School Equivalency Exam.
- Technology is fully integrated into our instructional offerings.
- Educational, vocational and personal counseling are offered by multi-lingual staff. Referrals to child care services available.
- Computer-based career exploration, pre-employment counseling, i.e. resume preparation, interviewing skills, and job search are provided.
Job Training Referrals
- Individuals in need of job training are referred to free training programs, including Queens Workforce1 Career Center and Goodwill Industries International.
- Coordinating with community partners, our Literacy Zone (Literacy for Life) provides referrals for our students and community members to an array of lifelong services.
- College and Career Knowledge (CCK) workshops, college application assistance, admissions, financial aid counseling, and college tours are offered.