From Culinary to Computers, our Education and Workforce Classes are Enrolling Now!

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Ready to take the next step toward achieving your dreams? The Isaacs Center is here to help! Our Education and Workforce program has multiple FREE classes starting in early February.

For more information and to apply to any of these programs, go to and fill out the form for that program.

Workforce Training

These courses include paid internships and job placement to help you turn your new skills into a career.

The Information Technology Support track prepares you for a wide range of entry-level technology jobs. It offers the opportunity to earn the Google IT Support Professional Certificate and the CompTIA A+ certification. The Cybersecurity course prepares you for the growing field of digital defense with the chance to earn a Cybersecurity Analyst Certification (CySA+). Classes are taught in our high-tech classroom in partnership with Per Scholas, a nonprofit dedicated to diversifying the technology field.

The Culinary Arts track gives young people the skills to work in the food industry, from knife skills and plating to menu planning and food safety. It’s open to people aged 18 to 24.

Certified Nurse Assistant training teaches you how to provide direct, hands-on care to people who need it, while you earn key health certifications in skills like EKG and phlebotomy. You must be between 18 and 24 years old.

Jezebel Gomez is working in a fine-dining restaurant in NYC after completing our Culinary Arts training. “I was able to focus on learning rather than how I was going to finance it; a freedom not many get to experience,” she said. “I’m beyond grateful for the opportunity and confidence the program gave me.”


Our GED classes let you learn how YOU need to learn while earning your high school equivalency diploma. Daytime and evening classes are available; the daytime program offers a stipend or paid internship.

Jayda Morrison came to our GED program after scheduling difficulties made high school impossible. She said the program gave her the structure she needed to make progress in school: “I’ve been doing my own thing by myself and I needed a lot of help. I just needed motivation. When I need that, they’re here for me.”