Power Study Program tutor Valeria Zepeda (standing, right) helps students solve math problems in Professor Myriam Moody's intermediate algebra class.

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.


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