We strive to provide a high-quality and varied programme of courses taught by well-qualified and enthusiastic tutors. Activities take place in the daytime, evenings and at weekends and we do hope you will find something here to interest you. It is important to us to hear from you with any comments and feedback on the courses you attend and ideas you may have for future programmes. Our prices for weekly classes have remained the same this year, however we have slightly increased the fees for the weekend day schools to reflect changes in central funding, but we hope you agree that our courses still provide excellent value for money and we look forward to seeing you in You will be able to collect a free paper copy of the brochure from the reception area at Comberton Village College from mid-August.
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Cambridge Center for Adult Education
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The Cambridge Social Union CSU , founded in and formally incorporated in , taught classes for adults in the former Brattle house which it had moved into in after purchasing it. The courses included literacy classes and general classes taught by Harvard College and Radcliffe College students and faculty. However, a feasibility study showed that the organization was in trouble. It offered evening courses to local residents and in became an independently run organization.
Of Course! There, we enjoy small bites from the generous restaurants of Cambridge along with plenty of wine, beer and a signature cocktail. Best of all, we savor the spirited conversation and sense of convivial community that CCAE is famous for, all while celebrating our 80th birthday!
Today, CASPAR is widely recognized for its proactive programmatic response to emerging populations, trends in substance use, and evidence-based research. Our FirstStep Street Outreach program offers life-saving alternatives to unsheltered homeless men and women who are affected by substance abuse, mental illness and medical complications associated with life on the streets. Our residential programs are designed to help individuals maintain sobriety, while developing skills they'll need when they transition to the "real world. We offer continued support to participants who have "graduated" out of our residential programs.