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Aprendizaje de siguiente nivel

Trabajar con socios de la comunidad para brindar a los estudiantes adultos acceso a la educación, el entrenamiento en habilidades digitales y un camino hacia la preparación laboral.

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La ciudad de Filadelfia trabaja con organizaciones comunitarias para brindar un aprendizaje de siguiente nivel a los residentes mayores de 16 años. Estos servicios vitales ayudan a los residentes a desarrollar las habilidades que necesitan para alcanzar sus metas personales, profesionales y cívicas.

La Oficina de Niños y Familias (OCF) supervisa la planificación y las inversiones de la Ciudad en esta programación.


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Find and sign up for classes

Adult education classes are offered on a variety of subjects, including:

  • Reading, writing, and math.
  • Basic computer skills.
  • High school equivalency preparation, including GED and HiSET preparation.
  • English for speakers of other languages (ESOL).

As a first step, decide on the skills that you’d like to work on. Then, contact us to learn more about classes and enroll.

How to enroll in a class

Call our hotline at (833) 750-5627.

It’s best to call between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., when a Career Navigator can answer. Live translation is available for the call. During other times, you can leave a voicemail.

Discuss your goals and enroll in a class.

As part of the call, you can discuss your educational goals with the Career Navigator. They’ll help you enroll in the right class for your schedule and needs.

Host or provide education services

Community-based organizations can serve as host sites for Next Level Learning. For more information, email

If you provide adult education services, subscribe to our monthly newsletter. You can also explore our Adult Needs Index map to learn more about the varying levels of need for adult education services in Philadelphia. This map was created by the Office of Children and Families.

Volunteer as a tutor

Next Level Learning tutors help adult learners develop their literacy, math, or digital skills.

Before being matched with a learner, tutors complete a free 10 to 12 hour training hosted by subject matter experts. Once matched, tutors will have the support of the education provider and will have access to ongoing professional development opportunities.

If you’re interested in getting involved, apply to volunteer with Next Level Learning.