1565 Ohio 167, Jefferson, OH 44047
What Do They Do? All kinds of job training and GED programs. http://atech.edu/?page_id=52 http://atech.edu/?page_id=50
ESOL & U.S. CITIZENSHIP Classes for foreign born adults and families in Ashtabula, Geneva and Conneaut. Contact Jeff Seth
8140 Auburn Rd, Painesville, OH 44077
What Do They Do? Job training programs (http://www.auburncc.org/content.php?cid=110), literacy and GED training http://www.auburncc.org/content.php?cid=780, free English classes!
Free ESOL classes (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Contact: Mary Ann Kerwood
How to Register:
Phone: To register by phone, call 440.357.7542. Phone registrations will be accepted using Visa, MasterCard or Discover only.
Walk In: To register in person, come to the Workforce Education Office Monday – Friday.
Mail: Just complete the printable registration form and return along with your check, money order or Visa, MasterCard or Discover information to Auburn Career Center, Attention: Workforce Education, 8140 Auburn Road, Concord Twp., Ohio 44077.
Fax: Complete the printable registration form including Visa, MasterCard or Discover information and fax it to 440.358.8012.
545 University Drive NE New Philadelphia, OH 44663
What Do They Do?
Adult Basic Literacy Education, free English classes for non-English speakers, getting a GED (equal to high school diploma), full and part-time. Job training.
“The Mission of Buckeye Career Center Adult Education is to serve our community by providing affordable, relevant education and training.”
Our vision is to Value, Inspire, and Prepare our students to succeed in their chosen vocations.
2031 West 30th Street Cleveland, OH 44113
What Do They Do?
Bible studies, care groups and community development activities and coordination
Mentoring relationships for refugees, immigrants, unemployed adults and youth
English instruction and citizenship test preparation programs
Translation assistance for non-English-speaking people
Tutoring, literacy and GED preparation programs
Employment skills-building and workforce development programs
After-school programs for children and students
Health information/awareness ministries
Assistance in times of crisis (food, clothing and cash assistance as it is available)
Building Hope in the City is an independent Lutheran organization that seeks to strengthen urban ministry and mission in Northeast Ohio and beyond. Formed in August 2003, Building Hope in the City owes its birth to God’s blessings and grace at Trinity Lutheran Church, a thriving, 157-year-old LCMS congregation located just outside of downtown Cleveland. Since 1992 and under the spiritual direction of Rev. Jeff Johnson, Trinity has grown steadily in size and strength. The desire to share these blessings with other urban congregations drove the formation of Building Hope in the City as a separate mission organization. Today, with a dedicated board, staff and hundreds of volunteers, Building Hope in the City’s efforts stretch from Cleveland to Akron, Fort Wayne and Cincinnati. The organization provides a broad new voice for urban missions and for the importance of God’s People to be present in the city, sharing His Word and their witness to His redeeming love in Christ.
1260 South Center Street
Ashland OH 44805
What Do They Do? Everything. GED instruction, Hispanic/Latino community programs, English classes, immigration services, legal services… all of these. http://ccdocle.org/county-served/cuyahoga
Under the leadership of the Bishop of Cleveland and inspired by the Gospel message, the Secretariat for Catholic Charities Health and Human Services continues the mission of Jesus by providing vision and leadership for those who respond to the health and human needs and the social concerns of the people of the Diocese of Cleveland. We extend the reign of God in this time and place as we work with others to build a just and compassionate society that respects the dignity of every person. Catholic Charities’ Migration and Refugee Services department is BIA (Board of Immigration Appeals) accredited. Migration and Refugee Services 7800 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44102 216.281.7005
We have been carrying out our mission of “welcoming the stranger,” and celebrating unity in diversity since 1948. we have welcomed refugees and immigrants arriving from all corners of the globe. We respect the dignity of each person and provide a supportive environment where each individual and culture is celebrated. Building upon the courage and strength of these newcomers, we seek to empower them to achieve self-sufficiency and independence.
308 Martinsburg Road Mount Vernon Ohio 43050
We serve the state’s adult population, including non-traditional students who left high school early, high school graduates who need additional skills before entering college or technical programs, and working adults who wish to pursue career program post-secondary credentials.
P.O. Box 5190 1100 Summit Street Kent, Ohio 44242
Kent State’s Ohio Literary Resource Center is replacing the Northeast Able Resource Center, which closed on July 31st, 2013. The Ohio Resource Center Network has been absorbed into the ABLE System to Enhance Student Achievement. Goal I: To provide quality professional development in the form of training, resource, and technical assistance. Goal II: To support research and development efforts related to ABLE’s current and future needs. Goal III: To provide leadership through cooperation, collaboration, advocacy, and communication.
3600 Dentzler RD, Parma, OH 44134
Our mission is to provide quality educational programming for adults as they strive to reach their goals in their roles as learners, family members, citizens and workers. Thanks to the dedication and hard work of our students and staff, we have been recognized by the State of Ohio as having an Exemplary ABLE Program. Contact: Susan Sheehan
2728 Euclid Avenue, Suite #400
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Project Learn is Greater Cleveland’s premier adult education center, and it has acquired a national reputation for its leadership in advancing literacy. Our mission is “Literacy for Every Adult,” and our purpose is to provide basic skills, GED preparation and job support services to adults so that they may attain self-sufficiency and independence. We believe that Learning Lasts Forever.
Education is freedom: when students acquire basic skills, a GED, and a job they become self-sufficient, they can solve the problems of daily living, they take full advantage of their citizenship and participate fully in the affairs of their community.
At the inception of Project Learn in 1974, few people realized the extent of adult illiteracy. But in its formative years – because of the inspirational leadership of founding director Nancy Oakley, the tremendous dedication of so many volunteers and the persistent courage of adults who were learning to read – Project Learn gained momentum and word of its work spread throughout the community. What began as a small reading project soon evolved into a multi-dimensional adult education program. Over time, Project Learn added English for Speakers of Other Languages tutoring; pre-GED classes; workplace skills training for manufacturing employees; classes for corrections inmates; comprehensive library services designed especially for new readers; computer-assisted learning instruction; and small group teaching. All of these new programs came about with one fundamental aim – to provide basic level students with whatever they needed to realize their goals. Adherence to this principle has paid off: in thirty-seven years, over 20,000 adults have improved their skills at Project Learn.