Community Education Center
Learning is FUN! Learn how to cook, ride the bus, manage your budget, make healthy snacks, learn safe on-line practices, meet new friends, and so much more! Since 2013, the Pathway Community Education Center has acted as a place for individuals to glean life skills and create a community of learners. The Community Center operates with two teachers and support staff who offer 13 classes per week which have included the following:
Budgeting Relationships & Dating Cooking
Self-Advocacy Arts & Crafts Photography
Gardening Fitness & Nutrition Bus Riding
Social Skills Group Recreation Safety Skills
Independent Living Employment Skills Mastering the iPad
Healthy Snacks Sign Language Music & Dance
We offer four 12-week sessions per year. In addition, the Community Education Center partners with local school districts to bridge the transition from high school to adulthood learning. We currently serve over 300 students a year with our class offerings! We offer both in-person instruction and Zoom options in order to best serve various individuals during the pandemic. The Pathway Community Education Center also takes learning trips to Talent Maker City, CraterWorks, Access Food Garden, Roxy Ann Bowling Lanes, Del Rio Vineyards, Fry Family Farms, and various parks around our area.
For more information, to obtain a current course schedule, or ask general questions, please contact our Community Education Coordinator, Robin Reames, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 840-3123. The Community Education operates at 100 N. Grape St., Medford, OR.