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  • Small Business Harvest Bazaar

    Join us at our Annual Harvest Bazaar Saturday, November 17th from 11am to 3pm. Small Business Program vendors will be selling gourmet food items, arts & crafts, artisanal jewelry and much more!  The event is free and open to the public. Bring your family and friends.

  • Career Training & GED in English Information Sessions

    Join us at the Sonia Gutierrez Campus (514 V Street, NE) to learn more about our GED in English class and career training programs in culinary arts, education, health and technology.

    – November 28th & December 5th 9:30am

    – November 29th & December 4th 5:30pm

    More information here.

Student Perspective

In 2005 after the pressures to join a local gang got too intense, Ruben’s mom helped him leave his home country of El Salvador and come to the U.S. He traveled alone at age 18, but met family members and childhood friends once he arrived in Washington, D.C. Ruben had been working as a busboy… Read more »

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Quick Facts

  • 2,500+

    Diverse adult learners enrolled annually

  • 43

    Different languages spoken by students

  • $127,200

    in college scholarship funds raised and awarded in 2018

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Students: On Thursday, November 15 and Friday, November 16, join us and celebrate DC College Application & Exploration Month! The Sonia Gutierrez Campus will host its College Expo and Spirit Day on Thursday, 6pm-8pm, and Friday, 10:30am-2:30pm. There will be a variety of college awareness activities, including a college fair with local schools, scholarship information, alumni panels, prizes and much more! #WhyApplyDC ... See MoreSee Less

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November is DC College Application and Exploration Month, part of a national effort coordinated by the American Council on Education, to increase the number of students who pursue a postsecondary education. Throughout the month, the school will share resources about applying to #college so that you can take advantage of the many benefits of having a degree. Have you applied to college? Tell us why in the comments! #WhyApplyDC Office of the State Superintendent of Education ... See MoreSee Less

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In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Harvard Street Campus Library hosted a 3-part series of half hour presentations that explored how the Hispanic community has gained visibility in the U.S. The presentations explored how legal, social, and population movements fared in their quest for Hispanic civil rights. "I thought it an enlightening exercise; we learn that as time progresses, different rights are needed to achieve parity,” Steven the librarian said. www.carlosrosario.org/harvard-street-campus-library-digs-into-hispanic-heritage/ ... See MoreSee Less

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