Opportunities to Learn
Education and Skill Development
Do you have skills, talents and experience that give you personal and professional opportunities?
For people living in poverty, education and skill development has often been out of reach, as they must focus their energy on coping with the immediate challenges poverty creates.
But when given opportunities to learn and grow, people begin to look beyond the urgency of the moment and begin planning for the future they want.
e4c has always recognized the importance of education and skill development in helping people living in poverty move toward healthy, positive, lasting change. It helps them journey from where they are now to where they want to be.
Learning new skills and expanding knowledge is beneficial to anyone at any age, but is particularly relevant to children and youth who have a lifetime to utilize what they learn. That’s why we’ve developed a range of programs designed to reach and inspire kids, including our Early Learning program, which focuses on children from birth to age five and Hallway Cafe program, located in City Hall, which offers on the job training, life skills, connection to school and outreach support for marginalized youth 16 – 30 years of age.
For more information about the Hallway Cafe, visit their website at: https://www.hallway.cafe/
All of our education and skill development programming is intended to help give people the tools they need to reach their goals – whatever their goals might be.
Want more information or need help? You can reach us at 780-424-7543 or email@example.com
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