At this time, only emergency food and social services are being provided onsite. Art, computer and literacy classes have begun to transition to virtual classes. Please check back for updated information, which will post as it becomes available.
Diverse and informed communities are strong communities. PRC neighbors speak over 50 different languages, and possess a wide range of skills and confidence in reading and writing. The purpose of the Adult Learning and Literacy Department is to engage and empower adult learners to achieve their family, educational, community, and career goals.
PRC supports these goals by providing adult learners access to lifelong, diverse, and equitable learning opportunities, consistent with their individual learning objectives.
We do this in a supportive environment through literacy and digital learning resources that include basic literacy, English Language Learner and High School Equivalency preparation. Tutors assist with US citizenship preparation and help students attain basic computer skills and a level of digital literacy. In addition, PRC provides volunteer tutor/instructor training as well as community partnership opportunities.
Who can sign up for Adult Learning & Literacy classes?
Classes are open to adults who are clients of the People’s Resource Center.
How to Get Started
To get started, call PRC at 630-384-1349. Please leave a message with your name and phone number. A staff person will return your call to discuss your learning goals.
What to Expect
Staff will make every effort to find a convenient location for a class or tutor that works with your schedule and available transportation options.
People’s Resource Center community exists to respond to basic human needs, promote dignity and justice, and create a future of hope and opportunity for the residents of DuPage County, Illinois.