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Humboldt Park Community Partnerships

Adult Education       

Wright College Adult Education partners with 19 community-based organizations, faith institutions, and schools to provide classes at our off-site partner locations in the community. Wright College Adult Education provides the instructors and curriculum at the off-site locations to increase access in identified high-need communities.  
  

Dual Enrollment
Wright College is fortunate to collaborate with a number of CPS high schools. Through the Dual Enrollment Program, motivated high school students can take college classes for free at a CCC campus, including HPVEC. Motivated juniors and seniors can get a head start by earning college credit and attending classes at the CCC campus. High School students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and a 90% high school attendance rate. *School recommendation required if you don't meet both requirements. For more information about dual enrollment click here: http://www.ccc.edu/colleges/wright/programs/Pages/Dual-Enrollment.aspx


Erie Neighborhood House         

Erie offers bridge programs to Wright College Humboldt Park in preparation for the Information Technology program and the CNC Manufacturing program. Erie offers a multitude of Adult Programs that all provide participatory, outcomes-based education that promotes economic advancement, fosters community leadership and encourages civic engagement. This includes Citizenship and Immigration Program, Community Literacy and Tutoring, English as a Second Language (ESL), Technology Education, and Workforce Development. Wright College Adult Education provides the free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes at Erie Neighborhood House.