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Beyond Literacy provides no-cost classes and life-changing career readiness training to empower and elevate adults in Philadelphia to accomplish their educational, work, and family goals.

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Beyond Literacy provides services such as

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Basic skills instruction and tutoring in reading, writing, science, social studies, and math

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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

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Basic financial literacy

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Citizenship preparation

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High School Equivalency (GED and HiSET) preparation classes

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Workplace basic skills and job preparation

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Digital literacy and computer skills

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Remote and on-site learning!

Special Classes & Programs

Human Services associate's degree with Beyond Literacy and Harcum College in Philadelphia, PA

Digital Skills Classes

We offer classes in two topics: essential computer skills (basic computer and internet use), and essential software skills including Microsoft Office. Complete this form if you are interested in taking a free computer class!

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Kickstart Your Career 

Human Services associate's degree with Beyond Literacy and Harcum College in Philadelphia, PA

Affordable Associate's Degree Program

This program prepares you for a rewarding, service-oriented career assisting individuals and families. Join this rewarding field quickly, by earning an associate’s in human services.

Career and Job Readiness Programs in Philadelphia, PA with Beyond Literacy

Energy Career Prep Class

Utility workers earn an average of $20 to $46 per hour plus overtime. Energy Companies are Hiring! This 8-week, no-cost class gives you a head start.

TESTIMONIALS

What Our Learners Say

You’re never too old to learn something new. It’s exciting when you get that kind of knowledge and it gives you the drive to want to go on and move further.”

Rosalie Snape-Anderson

Class of 2021 Learner

“Everyone is very supportive of me and now I can read much more than I used to. I know I still have a long way to go to get my diploma, but I’m not giving up. I’m 62 years old and I’ve had a hard life, but it’s never too late.”

Mitchell Foster

Current Learner

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