Helping Neighbors in Need in Sandy Springs & Dunwoody since 1987.

Helping Neighbors in Need in Sandy Springs & Dunwoody since 1987.

Services - Adult Education

Get Help – Adult Education

Registration begins soon for the next session of ESOL!
The new semester begins on January 11, 2021. Current students will receive an invitation via email to register for the new semester.
New students will be asked to schedule an online meeting to evaluate their English level. A link to sign up will be available here on Dec. 20.

CAC adult education classes focus on enhancing life skills and improving job skills to help our students be more successful in daily life and more marketable for better paying jobs. ALL CLASSES ARE FREE and available to clients and the general public, space permitting.

Classes include English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), computer workshops and personal financial management.The ESOL course is 5 months and available twice a year. Computer workshops and financial management classes repeat monthly. Due to COVID-19 classes are being conducted online via the Zoom video conferencing app until further notice.

  • ESOL is a 5 month course that repeats twice a year

  • CAC offers MS Word and Excel certification courses

  • Computer workshops are 2 sessions each and repeat monthly

  • Financial Management classes are 2 sessions each

  • View the Class Schedule

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES
For registration information contact the CAC Education Coordinator at (770) 552-4015 ext. 239 or email education@ourcac.org.

About Adult Education

The Adult Education program is integral to CAC’s efforts to promote self-sufficiency. Our education classes help neighbors in need improve their situations with daily life skills such as English or new job skills to get better paying jobs for a better future.

Clients who receive financial assistance are encouraged to take the personal financial management course and given information on all the free classes available.

The Adult Education program, like everything else at CAC, is volunteer and donor driven. Volunteers teach the courses and many of the computers used in the classes are donated by local businesses.

Many of our volunteers are busy professionals who give their time in the evenings to help others get ahead in life. Some of our volunteers are former students who gained employment as a result of taking classes at CAC and came back to teach others in need.

For more information on volunteering to teach or supporting Adult Education please contact volunteer@ourcac.org.