Adult Education

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How are you continuing your education?

Whether you are an English language learner, getting your high school diploma or learning new job skills, GlendaleLEARNS offers a range of free programs to meet your educational and career goals.

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English as a Second Language Classes

From Beginning to Advanced ESL courses, Conversation to Literacy, we offer a range of classes to meet your language level.

High School Diploma or Equivalency Classes


Finish your high school diploma with programs at your own pace.

Job Skills

From basic computer skills to training for a career, learn skills that will help you get a new job or help you advance in your current position.

How does it work?

Yes, the classes are really free.

Glendale Community College, Glendale Unified School District, the Verdugo Workforce Development Board, and other community partners are colloborating with federal funding from the Adult Education Program (AEP) to provide these services free to our community. 

Convenient Locations.

GlendaleLEARNS works with organizations throughout the Glendale area to provide classes that are near your location.

Class times that work for you.

Your education doesn't have to wait because life is busy. Our classes are offered in the morning, afternoon and evening to help accomodate your schedule.

Upcoming Events & Resources

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Partner Organizations

GlendaleLEARNS is established by the Glendale Community College District Regional Consortium.


We bring together educators and community partners committed to improving the accessibility and availability of adult education and workforce preparation in the Glendale area.


The Adult Education Program (AEP) provides the funding for our efforts.

GCC Verdugo Campus
GCC Garfield Campus
Adult and Continuing Education Community College
Glendale Unified School District
California Adult Education Program
Grant that provides funding for Glendale Learn's Activities
Providing job search assistance, training and job skills classes
Department of Rehabilitation
Employment and Independent Living for Californians with Disabilities since 1963
Employment Development Department
Glendale Youth Alliance
Providing jobs and employment preparedness training for low-income youth ages 14-24.
International Rescue Committee
Serving immigrants, asylees, refugees
Glendale Library
Glendale Library, Arts & Culture
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GlendaleLEARNS is an Equal Opportunity Program.  Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. 

Call (818) 409-0476 to request services.  Requests must be made 5 days in advance.  TTY (818) 548-3857