"Building Bridges” is a campus-wide public art and engagement initiative that draws on the power of solidarity and creative expression to bring people together and create bridges across difference. This initiative is funded by the Office of the Associate Chancellor for Equity and Inclusion.
Our small computer classes provide hands-on time to practice and help you gain practical skills for work, home or in the community. Learn new computer skills or add to those you already have, even with little previous computer experience.
Our English language classes help you develop your English language skills by learning and practicing speaking, reading, writing, and listening. Classes are small, enabling lessons to be individually designed to meet learners’ needs.
Dr. Elizabeth A. Gilbert, Director of LMWEP's Early Childhood Education Program in Springfield, MA, reveals the low literacy levels among America's licensed early childhood educators and writes about the Mirroring of Disadvantage in the nation's childcare systems. .