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Community Education Center Mission Statement:
We provide the Oneida community essential programs and services that promote lifelong learning for self-sufficiency and overall wellbeing of twahwhatsilay^ (we are all family).
Community Education Center History:
The Oneida Community Education Center began in June 1993 as the Oneida Career Development and Technical Center through a federal Workplace Literacy Grant. The center offered computer classes, GED/HSED program, and career counseling for tribal members. By 1998, the name changed to the Community Education Center with a new goal to provide the community with educational and enrichment opportunities.
Today, the Center offers more diverse programming to include community classes, events, tutoring, GED/HSED programs, and computer/internet use for the public.
- Computer/Internet Use
- Copy, Print, Fax, Lamination
- GED/HSED Programs
- Tutoring Programs
- Room Reservations
- Computer Classes
- Community Workshops