The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center realizes the importance of education both within schools and beyond school walls. Whether it’s learning a new skill, a new language, a computer program, or learning to love knowledge and applying it to everyday living, the Kroc Center is a campus of opportunity that will provide direction and support to enable youth and families to develop skills specifically in the multi-faceted areas of education.
In addition, we are partnering with Omaha’s great education community to provide a curriculum that will enhance our members’ potential through collaborative, interactive and creative programming. Our partners include Metropolitan Community College, University of Nebraska, Omaha, south Omaha Public Schools, and others.
Education Programming offered at the Kroc Center:
*Activities subject to change.
- English as a Second Language
- Spanish Language Classes
- Computer Training
- Parenting Skills
- Family Literacy
- Basic Life Skills
- Home Finances
- Employment Skills
- After School Program
Featured Education Activities
New! Resume Creation Workshop
Members: $10, Non-Members $20
Upcoming Workshop Dates:
Oct. 15 #3675
Nov. 19 #3676
Are you ready to jump into the work force and need to develop a resume? Or do you need to breathe new life into an old resume? Join our resume writing workshop for assistance in creating a professional resume and preparing you for a successful job search.
Register for education classes online or in person at 2825 Y Street.
New! Financial Budgeting for Adults #3666
Open Computer Lab
Oct. 28 - Nov. 18
Member: $25, Non-Member: $35
A class that
assists participants in creating a financial budget for their households.
Take charge and learn to make healthy financial decisions that work for YOU! For most of us, building a budget is one of those tasks that we are loath to do. Make it a manageable task with strategies from our 4-week Financial Budgeting classes:
The Kroc Center's state-of-the-art computer lab may be used for academic work, checking emails, playing computer games or surfing the internet. The lab is open for walk-in use during regular lab hours. Individuals 8 and older may use the lab without being accompanied by an adult. Printing services are available for a small fee. See page 2 of the Drop-In Schedule for Computer Lab Hours.
For more information please contact:
Gina Ponce, Education and Arts Manager
Phone: (402) 905-3580