In an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have transitioned all of our spring in-person classes to an online or hybrid format. Hybrid classes are fully online with live virtual class meetings each week using Zoom. Online classes will have pre-recorded lessons each week and guided assignments from the teacher. There's still time to register, click here: bit.ly/virtual-hse.
If you need help connecting to social services such as childcare referrals, housing assistance, learn how to connect with employment opportunities, navigate college and training programs, and more, we can assist you! We're offering free one-on-one virtual social services sessions (case management).
Click here to sign up now.
Do you need to improve your reading and writing skills? We can help.
Brooklyn Public Library Adult Learning Centers provide free innovative educational programs for adult learners and speakers of other languages. Through books, technology and interactive classroom instruction taught by professional and friendly instructors and tutors, adults build the skills needed to meet their personal, educational and employment goals.
There are five Adult Learning Centers with full-time professional staff and volunteers who are ready to help you reach your goals with FREE programs and classes. Groups/classes are for participants 17 years and older who are functioning below the high school level. Emphasis is on Reading, Writing, and HSE preparation. All programs and classes are available mornings, afternoons, evenings, and Saturdays.
What we do
- Basic Literacy
- Adult Basic Education (ABE)
- Assist with obtaining your high school equivalency diploma (HSE)
- Citizenship Prep
- Basic Computer Literacy
- Educational workshops