Adult Learning

Learning opportunities for adults of all ages and with all interests.

  • Community College of Vermont (CCV)

    1197 Main Street, Suite 3 St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
  • NEKCA – Parent Child Center South “Lincoln Center”

    115 Lincoln Street, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

    NEKCA’s two Parent Child Centers are part of the Vermont network of 15 Parent Child Centers that help families make sure children get off to a healthy start. Services include almost anything that families need: early childhood services, home visits to families with young children, playgroups, parent education, parent support, and information and referral.

    802-748-6040   Toll Free: 888-748-6040
  • Northeast Kingdom Community Action (NEKCA)

    Northeast Kingdom Community Action (NEKCA) is an anti-poverty agency. Believing in each individual’s potential for positive growth and change, NEKCA is committed to empowering those who seek assistance to improve the quality of their lives. We provide direct program activities, referrals, advocacy and education in a non-judgmental manner to the people of the communities in the Northeast Kingdom.
    Programs and services include Community & Justice Programs, Food Assistance, Fuel and Utility Assistance, Grow Your Own Business, Head Start Child Care, Housing Assistance & Housing, Parent Child Centers, Thrift Store, and Youth & Young Adults.

  • Northeast Kingdom Learning Services (NEKLS)

    166 Railroad Street, Suite 2 St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

    Through continuous professional development, we at NEKLS strive to explore new and creative ways to serve the educational needs of our students. These services include supports for infants, toddlers, and school-age children, as well as instruction for adults, both young and old. We invite you to explore our website, contact us, or stop in at any one of our Northeast Kingdom locations and learn more about our programs. Programs include GED program, high school completion program, academic skill development, workplace skill development, K-12 tutorial program, Children’s Integrated Services (CIS), mobile computer lab, and more.

    802-748-5624   Toll Free: 1-844-GO NEKLS (466-3557)
  • Northern Vermont University Lyndon Campus

    PO Box 919 1001 College Road, Lyndonville, VT 05851
    802-626-6200   Toll Free: 800-225-1998
  • Prevent Child Abuse Vermont

    94 Main St., #3, PO Box 829, Montpelier, VT 05601

    Prevent Child Abuse Vermont promotes and supports healthy relationships within families, schools and communities to eliminate child abuse. Programs include Family Support Programs, Child Sexual Abuse, Prevention Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head, Trauma Prevention, and VT Parents’ Home Companion.

  • Springfield College School of Human Services

    347 Emerson Falls Road, Suite 2 St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
    802-748-5402 X32   Toll Free: 800-441-1812
  • St. Johnsbury Academy Adult Education

    1000 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

    St. Johnsbury Academy is proud to open its campus to community members looking to advance their work skills and engage in enriching lifelong learning. SJA Adult Education also offers customized training for employers – on our campus or at your workplace.

  • The Foundry

    79 King Drive, Lyndon Center, VT 05851

    The Foundry is a membership-based maker space, learning place, and community workshop in Lyndon Center, VT. We offer a well-equipped space for craftsmen, engineers, and hobbyists from all ages, disciplines, and walks of life to work together to create new and innovative products and businesses. Our mission is to bring innovative manufacturing technologies within reach of the residents of the Northeast Kingdom.

  • Universal Class

    Universal Class provides online learning for all Vermonters. Provided through Vermont Public Libraries all you need is your library card number. State employees only need their barcode number on their State Library Borrower’s Card. To use Universal Class first register online. Then you are able to participate in classes at your own pace, correspond with your instructors, and you have up to six months to complete an individual class. If you have already registered you may go straight to the Login page. These are non-credit courses and are provided for your personal enrichment. These courses are not intended to be a substitute for any state, government, licensing, or educational requirements.