Adult Education. Welcome to AEPP; Adult Literacy Programs; Apprenticeship; Distance Learning; Funding. Search by County New York State Education Building. 89 Washington Avenue. Albany, NY 12234. CONTACT US. Component school districts supported through the four-county Wayne-Finger Lakes region. 1948 New York State legislature created BOCES to provide shared educational programs and services to school districts within the state. 5 Adult & Continuing Education News. No post to display. View All News.
Western New York STEM: Internship and volunteer opportunities for students in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). The Arc of Monroe County: The Arc of Monroe County provides a variety of programs and services for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and their families in the Rochester community. Our continuing education courses provide the opportunity for lifelong learning to all members of our community.. Whether you are interested in improving your skills, pursuing a hobby, or earning an industry-recognized certification, we have a program for you.
Monroe County learning centers and training providers offering adult and continuing education classes, courses and certification programs. Rochester District Office; Adult Education. Welcome to AEPP; Adult Literacy Programs; Apprenticeship; Distance Learning; Go to Monroe Avenue. Turn left on Monroe Avenue. At the fourth light turn right onto South Union Street. Free parking is available in the first parking lot on the right (Parking Lot C). New York State Education Building.
The Monroe #1 Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), in partnership with our component school districts, exists to educate and provide services which support education. Enrollment is free to any adult Michigan resident, age 20 and over, who has not graduated from high school. For more information contact: Orchard Center High School, 1750 Oak Street, Monroe MI 48161, telephone: 265-3700. Fall Adult Education classes begin in the middle of September. Winter Adult Education classes begin late in January.
Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that Imagine Monroe approved assistance for several local economic development projects. These projects are anticipated to create and retain over 1,500 full-time equivalent jobs in Monroe County.