Union-Snyder Community Action Agency - Services for Employment and Education - Families Learning Together
Union-Snyder Community Action Agency - Services for Employment and Education
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Union Snyder Community Action Agency
Description of Service
Families Learning Together
Individuals can participate in up to six of the following educational workshops with their children, if applicable*:
Adult Education/GED Classes
Individuals work on achieving the educational goal of their choice and participate in group projects (project-based learning).
Individuals learn and discuss information and topics important in creating a healthy, safe environment for their family.
Individuals learn skills needed to gain successful employment like job search techniques, resume writing, and more.
Financial Literacy workshops help individuals achieve financial independence, get out of debt, get on top of bills, and more.
Early Childhood Classes*
While parents are in their classes on-site, children are learning and playing in an educational environment to stimulate growth and development.
Parent and Child Together (PACT)*
Children have the opportunity to play, read, and do activities with their parents in our early childhood classroom and in their home.
Participants must have a child in grade 3 or younger and have an educational goal.
Hours of Operation
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm Tuesday, 9:30am to 4:00pm