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Welcome

At the Community Education Center, we want to help you achieve your goals. Our advocates can help you connect with Weber State University admissions, Venture Course and English as a Second Language (ESL) programs to get you started on your path to further your education.

Our Center

Location

Convenient Location

Our center at 2605 Monroe Blvd. is easily accessed and close to bus stops and the library.

Bilingual

Bilingual Staff

Our staff members speak multiple languages including English, Spanish and Arabic.

Preschool

Preschool On Site

An extension of the Melba S. Lehner Children's School provides full-day preschool for up to 20 children.

Language

Language Training

ESL classes and conversational practice help improve your English language skills.

Partnerships

Community Partnerships

The CEC has partnered with various community & campus organizations to foster community engagement.

Volunteer

Volunteer Opportunities

Students and community members can participate in tutoring, Conversation Partners and many other opportunities.

Program Highlights

ESL Classes

Improve your English language ability with English as a Second Language classes for all skill levels.

Navigation Services

Get help applying for financial aid and university courses to further your education.

Community Education
Community Education

The CEC provides community education classes ranging from career advancement skills to hobby development.

Call 801-626-7911
or drop in to set up a FREE appointment.

Student Stories

Carla Hatch
Carla Hatch
"Go back to school. No matter what. Even if you have some setbacks, it's never too late."
When I was in high school, I thought about going into medical coding but never got a chance to finish learning about it. After high school, I started at a trade school, where I got a certificate in business administration instead...
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Aldair Bonilla
Aldair Bonilla
"You're capable of more than you think you are. Fight a little longer and a little harder."
My family moved to the United States when I was a year old. We later moved back to Mexico for almost two years. When we returned to America, I was over 18. I enrolled in an adult high school but didn’t get my diploma. One day I was at work shoveling snow...
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Richard Park
Richard Park
"If you can find the devotion or the drive, you can do pretty much anything you want."
I didn’t really have a dad growing up. All I had was my grandfather. When I was 15, he died, and I went downhill from there. I started avoiding everything and dropped out of high school. I went into construction and have been working different jobs...
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