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South Bay Adult Education Consortium members offer a range of adult education services help students to acquire the skills needed to participate fully in the community and succeed in educational programs, and to become ready for a career with a sustainable living wage.
Consortium members offer well-aligned educational programs that provide adults with equitable access to educational services that will prepare them for citizenship, for completion of a high school equivalency certificate, to gain skills for high demand jobs, and to transition to postsecondary institutions and/or the workforce. Adult education includes resources for residents with disabilities, in strong collaboration with public and private partners.
Power Study Program tutor Valeria Zepeda (standing, right) helps students solve math problems in Professor Myriam Moody