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Adult Basic Education Program at CLC

Program

We offer four levels of reading and mathematics classes to prepare students to pass the GED or HiSET test, both of which are given at official test...

Contacts: 
Patty Fiorenza, Outreach (617-349-6363, pfiorenza@cambridgema.gov)

English Classes at CLC

Program

We offer six levels of English conversation, grammar, reading, and writing classes for Cambridge residents.

Contacts: 
Patty Fiorenza, Outreach (617-349-6363, pfiorenza@cambridgema.gov)

Citizenship Preparation at CLC

Program

We offer an evening citizenship preparation class for ESOL students who want to become U.S. citizens. Students work on speaking and listening skills and...

Contacts: 
Patty Fiorenza, Outreach (617-349-6363, pfiorenza@cambridgema.gov)

ESOL Family Literacy at CLC

Program

Our family literacy class helps ESOL parents learn how to help their children succeed in school. Parents study English, participate in interactive...

Contacts: 
Lally Stowell ((617) 349-6363)

CNA Training at CLC

Program

A free 17-week program that includes job placement, hands on training through the Academy for Healthcare Training, and the cost of the exam itself. The...

Contacts: 
Bayyinah Pandolfo, CNA Coordinator ((617) 349-6371, bpandolfo@cambridgema.gov)

East End House Seniors Program

Program

Our seniors are important members of the East End House community. Many have been using services at the agency since they were young children. Their...

Contacts: 
Miscelaine Bushu (miscelaine@eastendhouse.org)

Ninja Nanny Educational Series

Program

Professional development designed for nannies focusing on child-development as well as professional/personal growth.

Contacts: 
Thaty Oliveira MEd, MM, MCPC, Founder, Educator-in-Chief (857-209-8223, carethatycs@gmail.com)

The Game Plan BootCamp

Program

Entering parenthood as you bring home a new baby can be overwhelming and there are lots of classes out there that will help you in this transition....

Contacts: 
Thaty Oliveira MEd, MM, MCPC, Founder, Educator-in-Chief (857-209-8223, carethatycs@gmail.com)

College Success Initiative

Program

The College Success Initiative is a project of the Office of College Success. We strive to increase the number of low-income students completing a...

Contacts: 
Emily Singer, Coordinator (617-349-6346, collegesuccess@cambridgema.gov)

Meeting Space for Progressive Organizations

Program

Progressive organizations can rent meeting and event space at a sliding scale. Our focus is on political organizing, and we often host artists,...

Contacts: 
Democracy Center Office (617-492-8855, info@democracycenter.org)

Tech Help for Seniors

Program

Smartphone Q&A: Basics...

Contacts: 
Cambridge Senior Center Main Line (617-349-6060)

Artisan's Asylum Classes

Program

All classes at Artisan’s Asylum are 18+, open to the public and do not require membership to attend. Mostly taught by our members, our classes are led...

Contacts: 
Artisan's Asylum General Information (617-284-6878, general-info@artisansasylum.org)

Cambridge Science Festival

Program

The Cambridge Science Festival, the first of its kind in the United States, is a celebration showcasing the leading edge in science, technology,...

Grow Native Massachusetts Public Lecture Series

Program

A Public Lecture Series at the Cambridge Public Library, First Wednesdays of each month, from February through May at 7:00 — 8:30 pm

Contacts: 
Grow Native Massachusetts, Office (781-790-8921 )

Loop Dream

Program

The Loop Dream is a FREE 19 week workforce program that introduces participants to the audio industry. There are 3 weekly evening classes that include...

Contacts: 
Ted Hirsch, Admissions and Outreach Coordinator (617-354-0047, thirsch@ccscambridge.org)

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