Learning For ALL is working to provide our students with virtual classroom and online instruction now and in the future! Your gift will help to provide online instruction to our students! Please donate today!
We are pleased to announce that Learning For ALL was accepted as an on-site community building partner in the Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center (CEC) on the University of Nebraska Omaha campus!
The CEC is a one-of-a-kind place that combines great ideas and organizations with the boundless energy of the UNO campus. Everyday in the CEC's meeting rooms, hallways, and building partner offices, people build mutually beneficial collaborations to find creative ways to make a difference in our community.
We moved to our new home in early October. We are truly excited about this opportunity and look forward to continuing to serve the community at the CEC!
For more information about the CEC, please go to:
LEARNING FOR ALL
Improving the lives of adults in our community by helping them achieve
the literacy and language skills necessary to reach their goals in life.
Who We Are
Learning for ALL was founded by passionate individuals who have spent years working to help adults achieve their goals in Omaha and the surrounding areas. We are our students’ supporters, educators, and advocates.
Learning for ALL supports adults in our community to acquire the literacy and language skills necessary to thrive and achieve their life goals.
Learning for ALL offers learning opportunities with the schedule flexibility, curriculum pace, one-on-one support, and family-like environment that adult students need to achieve their goals.
Discover Our Programs
Learning for ALL's mission is carried out via three main programs:
English as a Second Language
Our ESL programs are for non-native English speakers, designed with a focus on conversation and grammar. Students are assessed on conversational ability as well as reading. All levels of English language learners are welcomed! Additional courses focusing on reading and writing are also available.
Adult Basic Education
Our ABE program is designed to help adults strengthen their skills in reading and writing. These courses are for students who aren’t quite ready to begin GED preparation or have already completed high school and need skill reinforcement. Course levels offered include beginner and intermediate levels.
General Education Diploma
Our GED program is for students who are working towards the completion of their high school equivalency. The GED course of study includes all four core subjects: Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social studies. Students are assessed before program placement and are given an Individualized Education Plan.
We deliver our programs with the following methods.
For both native and non-native English speakers. We orient and train volunteers to work with students for a minimum of one hour each week. The student/instructor pair may meet at the Learning for ALL main campus or off-site at a public place.
Small Group Instruction
Small group instruction consists of classes designed to meet the individual learner’s needs. Our classes are interactive and utilize hands-on instruction. Classes are kept small, so students receive individualized attention.
This is a class schedule for the current remote courses (8/16/2021- 12/19/2021).
*SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE*
Interested in enrolling?
Learning for ALL offers FREE classes for adults aged 18 and over. Our classes include Adult Basic Education, General Education Diploma preparation, English as a Second Language, Life Skills, and Job/Career-Readiness. All students must complete this online enrollment form. Afterward, a staff member will call you to schedule an appointment to conduct an assessment to properly place you into a program and give you a class schedule.
Interested in getting involved?
Our students need people like you! You don’t need to be a bookworm or the scholarly type. You only need to be passionate about helping others fulfill their goals. Please contact us for more details about volunteer opportunities. All volunteers are required to attend an orientation. To become a volunteer, please fill out the online application form.
Classes are online and located throughout the community. To find a location that best meets your needs, please contact our staff at 402-502-0698.
Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center
6001 Dodge Street, CEC 117B
Omaha, NE 68182-0212