Programs & ServicesThere are many options available to our adult learners. Ranging from English and math classes to career counseling, we should be able to assist any willing Philadelphian with their education and career goals.
New StudentsIf you, or someone you know, is interested in enrolling in one of our classes take a look at the process from intake to graduation. You will be redirected to the myPLACE website outlining the intake process.
VolunteersThe foundation of our programs were built upon our tutoring program. We are looking for individuals who specialize in English, math, ESL or technology to assist our students in reaching their goals. People who are bilingual are encouraged to apply.
Ways to GiveWant to support our mission? There are many ways to give to our programs and services. Check out some of the ways you can donate but if you find that you'd like to donate your time or a skill contact us!
Disrupting the Cycle of Poverty with Adult Education

By providing classroom education, case management and career coaching, we are disrupting the cycle of poverty by providing the knowledge and skills for parents to succeed in post-secondary education, to compete in the 21st century economy, and to support the educational attainment of their children. 

We are thrilled to announce two new grants!
Bank of America awarded CFL $10,000 which we will use to support our case management and career coaching. Dollar General awarded CFL $8,000 to support beginning ESL classes in Southwest Philadelphia, in partnership with Southwest CDC. 
 If you are interested in becoming a student, call 215-474-1235 and enter extension 229 today!
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