Choose from an extensive array of classes, special events, and trips, offered mornings, afternoons, evenings, and weekends. The tablet on the catalog cover illustrates the importance we place on keeping you tech- and computer-savvy. Apps, smart phones, Web Site development, animation, digital camera, social media, PC and Mac software training, Cloud, iPad, and one-on-one personal training are just some of our extensive computer offerings.
Who do you want to become? Whether you want to impact the next generation as a teacher, care with confidence in healthcare, or be a pioneer in tomorrow's top industries, we can help you rise academically, and prepare for a lifetime of success. Customize your campus life with 55 student organizations, honor societies, and interest groups to keep you connected to your friends, and to the fun.
SinceCumberland College has been providing high quality training and education programs for adults in northeastern Saskatchewan. Cumberland College is one of seven regional colleges within the Saskatchewan college system. The College operates from three campuses located in Melfort, Nipawin, and Tisdale.
The mission of the Child Advocacy Center CAC is to reduce the trauma of child abuse and facilitate the healing process. The mission of the Adult Education Advisory Council of Wilson County is to give support to the Adult Learning Center, a program designed to provide quality instruction for participants who are seeking to become more educated and better citizens, thus allowing them to participate more productively in family, workplace, and community environments. Cedarcroft Home is a facility dedicated to the care and welfare of mentally handicapped, disadvantaged and homeless men. We are a state-licensed, federally recognized, non-profit supportive living facility.
During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Cumberland County school boards established several one-room schoolhouses for African-American children, including Bethlehem School, Benson Springs School, and schools at Stony Point Mills and Tar Wallet. The Virginia Journal of Education reports that byblack school leagues were making more of an impact on the curriculum in their community's schools. Inspired by Booker T.
View the Annual Report. At the American Job Center of Cookeville you will find a user-friendly atmosphere. A one-stop source that delivers a wide range of career advancement opportunities like: interviewing techniques, resume writing skills, assessment career counseling and much more!
We are a nonprofit c 3 organization that helps adults to read, write and do basic math. We also help adults learn English as a second language. Our Adult Literacy Program provides free education to adults via volunteer tutoring to acquire functional literacy in reading, writing and math to achieve personal academic goals. We envision the Adult Literacy Program as the leader in raising educational competency of Cumberland County adults to become fully integrated citizens within our community.