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Office of Adult Education

Working with community partners to give adult learners access to education, digital skills training, and a path to job readiness.

Office of Adult Education

What we do

The Office of Adult Education (OAE) offers all adults in Philadelphia the education they need to be successful at work and within their families and communities. We improve literacy among the estimated 550,000 adults in the City so they can strengthen their workplace skills, find and keep good jobs, or go back to school.

Our work includes:

  • myPLACE℠, a way for Philadelphia adults to take classes and find career information.
  • KEYSPOT, a program that provides Philadelphia residents with free access to computers and the internet.
  • Digital Skills & Bicycle Thrills, a four-week course that trains participants in city bike riding and digital literacy.
  • Training for volunteer tutors and mentors in ESL, literacy, GED preparation assistance, and other education programs.


990 Spring Garden St.
Suite 300
Philadelphia, PA 19123

Looking for more information?

You can find the Office of Adult Education’s full content on our separate website.


Naomie Nyanungo
Naomie Nyanungo
Senior Director
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Name Job title Phone #
Nicole Daker Programs Coordinator
Office of Workforce Development, Adult Education
(215) 686-6047
Catalina Gonzalez Adult Education Services Manager
Office of Workforce Development, Adult Education
(215) 686-6079
Kelly Sheard Adult Education in Community Schools Manager
Office of Workforce Development, Adult Education
(215) 686-5252
Christopher Strenge Registrar
Office of Workforce Development, Adult Education
(215) 686-5256
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