Adult Education (Alton Street) - Asian Pacific Development Center
Alton Street - Asian Pacific Development Center
Data Provided By
Mile High United Way - MHUW
Description of Service
Provides morning, afternoon and evening classes for adult immigrants and refugees. Classes are approximately two hours long, held 3 - 4 times a week, on the following topics:
- ESL: providing a sequence for gaining the English language and literacy skills needed for life, work, and civic engagement.
- Adult Basic Education (ABE)/Adult Secondary Education (ASE): prepares students for high school equivalency exams such as the GED.
- Citizenship (no cost): prepares individuals for naturalization, and includes periodic citizenship application workshops.
- Computer: practices typing, creating documents, reading and sending e-mails, and using the internet.
- Career Pathways: focuses on developing a career plan, gaining the English needed for a particular career track, and obtaining or improving employment.
- Vocational Training at Providers' Resource Clearinghouse: offers individualized job training and case management that leads to employment for students with disabilities.
Call or visit the website for class information.
Individuals must provide an address and a phone number.
Offers free child care during classes. Most daytime classes are approximately 10 weeks long.
Ramp entrance located in the back of the building.
English, Interpretation Available
No Restrictions Applied
Fees or Charges
Types of Fees
Tuition Fees, Book Fees
Approximately $25/Session (Tuition); Call for current fees (Books).
Payment plans, scholarships, and reduced fees available