Workforce Services

Career Coach buttonWorkforce Services offers a variety of educational opportunities for individuals seeking to improve their ability to succeed personally and professionally in the 21st century. Adult education services offered at varying levels from beginning to advanced can assist learners in attaining the following goals:


  • Learn English
  • Improve basic skills in reading, writing and mathematics
  • Increase involvement in community activities
  • Improve skills to return to high school
  • Obtain a General Educational Development (GED) Diploma
  • Enter college or other training


  • Become a citizen
  • Vote or register to vote
  • Achieve citizenship skills


  • Obtain a job
  • Retain or advance in a job
  • Get off public assistance 

Most classes are FREE or you may qualify for scholarships or financial assistance.

Classes are offered at six community-based learning centers in Fort Worth and Arlington:

  • Butler Learning Opportunities Center
  • Eastside Learning Opportunities Center
  • Northside Learning Opportunities Center
  • Southeast YMCA Learning Opportunities Center
  • Arlington Learning Opportunities Center
  • Water from the Rock Enterprises, Inc.

Additional classes may be offered at other sites in partnership with United Way, employers, school districts, faith-based and community-based organizations.

  • General Education Development (GED) Test Prep
  • English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • Workplace literacy
  • Civic engagement
  • Life skills
  • Job advancement skills
  • College preparation
  • Adult Basic Education


Workforce Services


Updated July 30, 2014


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