CAMBA’s Adult Education & Career Center offers day and evening classes to low-income individuals aged 16+ who need to improve their reading, writing, and math skills, as well as immigrants and speakers of other languages who need to develop or enhance their listening, speaking, reading, writing, and numeracy skills in English. Each year, over 1,000 U.S.-born citizens and immigrants from the Caribbean, Latin America, Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa attend English or Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) preparation classes at the CAMBA Education Center.
Our programs help prepare participants to earn their high school equivalency diploma. The Center also offers computer literacy, civics classes, and counseling.
CAMBA staff connect participants to other programs as needed, including help with housing, childcare, and legal services.
The CAMBA Education Center (CEC) offers morning (9am to 12 noon), afternoon (1pm to 4pm), and evening (5:30pm to 8:30pm) classes from Monday through Friday. Programs include instruction in reading comprehension, English grammar and composition, mathematics, and test-taking skills for English learners and native English speakers to help prepare them... Learn More
CAMBA’s English to Work Program provides low-income English language learners with English language instruction and concurrent job training. The vast majority of our students lack a high school diploma, yet most jobs that pay family-sustaining wages require education/training beyond a high school diploma. Understandably, most of our clients cannot afford... Learn More
The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program serves immigrants who live or work in the Flatbush/East Flatbush communities. Our services seek to enhance students’ listening, speaking, reading, writing and math skills. We also provide computer-assisted technology training and instruction in civics and U.S. History. Classes are held at... Learn More
CAMBA’s Adult Education & Career Center offers workshops on government and other relevant topics to help more than 200 foreign-born individuals annually qualify for U.S. citizenship. Visit www.literacycamba.org for access to the following resources and so much more: Citizenship Test Questions & Answers Leading Sources for Teaching & Learning ESL Learn More
At the Adult Education and Career Center, we do more than help people speak English or earn a high school equivalency diploma. Classes are contextualized to New York City (NYC) job sectors where qualified employees are in demand. You’ll be involved in lessons that address and prepare you for workplace... Learn More