CUNY offers continuing education courses, certificate programs, lectures, and cultural events at 19 campuses across the five boroughs.
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Center for Economic and Workforce Development
The Center for Economic and Workforce Development (CEWD) at CUNY’s Kingsborough Community College provides workforce training and offers college readiness programs. CEWD’s current programs include:
- Project Rise, which provides educational, internship, and employment services to young adults.
- The Northeast Resiliency Consortium, which prepares trade-impacted workers, veterans, and other individuals for employment and career advancement in key high-growth sectors that play critical roles in times of crisis.
Kingsborough Community College is the only CUNY college campus that houses an urban farm, which is an organic, year-round food production site that is introducing students to sustainable urban farming.
Programs at the College of Staten Island
The College of Staten Island's Office of Continuing Education offers non-credit-bearing programs that focus on lifelong learning and the development of career-related skills through a variety of courses.
Some of the courses include:
- Medical Billing
- Certified Nurse Aide
- Food Handler
- Computer Skills
As part of the CUNY Literacy Project, you can also receive assistance with reading skills, GED Test and college prep courses.
Programs at LaGuardia Community College
You can get information about the Adult and Continuing Education program at LaGuardia Community College. The school offers a wide variety of non-credit-bearing educational, business and professional programs for adults and families.