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Adult and Continuing Education
Find out about adult education and literacy programs across the five boroughs.
Adult Learner Program
The Adult Learner Program of the Queens Library provides services, resources, and life-long learning opportunities to the changing communities of Queens.
Computer Resource Centers
Computer access and educational and training resources are available across the city through the Department of Parks and Recreation.
Continuing Medical Education
Physicians can continue their medical education through courses and presentations provided by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH).
Free GED, College, and Employment Preparation
The Office of Adult and Continuing Education offers free day, evening, and Saturday courses in academic and employment preparation and training.
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning
The Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning provides adults, teens, and children with a variety of arts and educational programs, including theater performances, street festivals, college counseling, and technology courses.
Literacy and Adult Education Programs
Via the Mayor's Office of Adult Education, find free classes in English for Speakers of Other Languages, basic reading and writing, GED test preparation, and career and technical education offered in locations throughout the city.
The Natural Classroom
Ten distinct programs are available for students in grades K–8. Programs can be customized to fit specific needs of other age groups.
Online Forms Related to Education
Incident reports, health forms, and consent forms are available online through
Online Library Resources
The New York Public Library provides a variety of electronic resources.
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