A Resource for the Re-entry Population of Greater Worcester

Worcester State University

486 Chandler St.
Worcester, MA 01602

(508) 929-8127
Services:
Named Best in the Northeast ten years in a row by Princeton Review,  Worcester State University is a great place to start or continue your education. They offer graduate and continuing education programs, with special institutes for business and teaching. ESL and adult literacy classes are offered. Online courses are available.

Additionally, they offer over 50 academic programs taught by talented and dedicated faculty in a residential campus with state-of-the-art facilities. There are more than 30 clubs and organizations and NCAA Division III collegiate athletics. 

Latino Education Institute

Services:

This program was started in 2000 and it provides latino members of the Worcester community with programs that focus on education, literacy, leadership, civic engagement and health.  It works to improve the academic strength and well being of Latino students (K-16) and additionally works with community outreach programs.

Under the umbrella of the LEI stand a variety of unique programs such as Club E, an adult education ESL program.  There is also LIDER,  Latinos Involved in Discovering Educational Resources,  which is an after school program for adults and their children preparing them to access further education.

Schedule:
The programs operate on a variety of schedules. Please call   (508) 798-6507 for more specific information.

The officer hours are as follows:
Monday through Friday  9:00 am–5:00 pm.

Registration:
LEI’s program tend to fill up fast, so please register with anticipation.

Payment:
Fees vary. Many of the services offered are free of charge.

Additional information:
Please log-on to their website for a full list of the programs offered and information on how you can get involved. http://worcester.edu/LEI/default.aspx

 

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