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CEP Appoints New Executive Director Effective July 1, 2016

The Community Education Project (CEP) in Holyoke is proud to announce that Rose Egan will be joining the organization as Executive Director this July.  Her experience and credentials are an excellent match for CEP’s goals for the future. Rose hails … Continue reading

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Annual Newsletter

Dear Friends and Community Partners, 2015 has been another exciting year for those of us who work at C.E.P.  The annual newsletter is an opportunity for us to reflect and share some of the successes of our amazing adult students … Continue reading

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Transition to College and Careers graduate Frances Rivera-Diaz receives a National Science Foundation Scholarship

Holyoke Community College-Adult Learning Center student and Pre-STEM Academy and Transition to College and Careers graduate Frances Rivera-Diaz received the prestigious National Science Foundation Scholarship in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S-STEM Scholarship).  The scholarship will allow Frances to explore a … Continue reading

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IMPORTANT JOB OPENING AT COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROJECT

Job Announcement: Pre-ESOL/Native Language Literacy in Spanish Instructor Holyoke, Massachusetts Start Date: September 1, 2015   DESCRIPTION Teach three levels of Pre-ESOL Literacy/Native Language Literacy in Spanish classes: GLE 3-5; GLE 6-9; GLE 10-12 (HiSET prep) 26 hours/wk (includes prep time); … Continue reading

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Spanish HiSET Native Language Literacy class celebrates Mothers Day.

Spanish HiSET students celebrate Mothers Day after completing the Nutrition Education Program workshop presented by Ana Maria Monet.  Pictured on left in white is classroom NLL teacher Luz Alvarado Torres.  Felicidades queridas madres!

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“Now It’s My Turn…!”

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Thirty odd years ago Sabina Mauldin arrived in the United States from Panama.  She was a young single parent with a sixth grade education, with a baby son on her hip, and a few dollars in…

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“Now It’s My Turn…!”

Thirty odd years ago Sabina Mauldin arrived in the United States from Panama.  She was a young single parent with a sixth grade education, with a baby son on her hip, and a few dollars in her pocket.  She lived … Continue reading

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