The Education Department aims to expand educational opportunities for personal growth and development of Hispanic/Latino community members, from child to adult. Efforts address three main components: literacy and academic achievement for children, youth, and adults; workforce readiness and development; and community education, advocacy, and civic engagement; particularly that which leads toward citizenship and leadership development.
Our virtual tutoring program matches K-12 students who need help in core subject areas with skilled tutors.
To volunteer as a tutor, please fill out this form.
To request a tutor, please send a text to 919-697-9073 with the names and ages of the students who need tutoring and we will have a volunteer get in touch with you.
Spanish as a Second Language
We offer a variety of Spanish classes including for various levels. All classes meet virtually. Check out our Spanish class schedule for prices and current classes being offered.
Our citizenship classes prepare students to take the U.S. citizenship test. See our citizenship class schedule and register here.
HiSET in Spanish
Our High School Equivalency Test classes prepare students for the five required content exams needed to receive a HiSET diploma. Register for an information session here.
Plazas Comunitarias enables students to earn their high-school equivalent certificate in Mexico and other countries in Latin America. Students receive credits and graduate. Request more information here.
English as a Second Language
El Centro offers virtual conversational English classes. Fill out this form to learn more.
2021 Class Schedule
Jan 18 to March 23: Tuesday 7:00 PM-8:00 PM
Jan 25- May 6: Monday 4:00-6:00, Wednesday 4:00-6:00, Thursday 4:30-5:30
Ongoing: Wednesday 6:15-7:15