Celebrate Computer Science Education Week by Participating in Hour of Code
Computing is a fundamental part of daily life, commerce and just about every occupation in our modern economy. Learning about computer science and technology will help students in virtually any career—from architecture to zoology. Please join us in promoting exposure to computer science during National Computer Science Education Week by participating in this year’s Hour of Code Contest.
The mission of this program is to enhance life opportunities and choices of adults with developmental disabilities by nurturing within the individual an increasing and broadening sense of independence and personal fulfillment; empowering the individual to reach her or his maximum potential; developing human potential through integrated life opportunities; and providing high quality services that enable full community inclusion. The major focus of this program is to offer life skills training which emphasizes achievement of greater independence and a less restrictive lifestyle.
The ESL Programs offer multi-level classes for foreign born students to learn English for every day life in the United States. Students learn life skills, grammar, reading, pronunciation, listening and speaking.