Adult Learning Program

The Library District’s Adult Learning Program offers a variety of free programs for adults who are over 17 years of age and are looking to improve their employment opportunities. This may include those who do not have a high school diploma, who read below the 8th-grade level, or who want to learn English as a second language. Students are provided with career readiness skills, access to education and training in a career pathway, and guidance and assistance in securing employment.

Our Adult Learning Programs are funded in part by the Nevada Department of Education and the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education, under Title II of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).  Participants in WIOA funded programs are offered necessary support, education, and training allowing access to a career pathway leading to family-sustaining income.

These programs include: 

Adult Basic Education (ABE)

Career Online High School

Learn English

High School Equivalency (HSE)


For more information about adult literacy services, please call 702.507.3538 or 702.507.3446.

Information about other Library District events and performances can be found here.

Register for English classes online using Google Forms, opens a new window

To register for classes, please use the following internet browsers: Google Chrome and Firefox. (You may have difficulty with Internet Explorer.)       

Adult Learning Program Offices

Clark County Library                   

1401 E. Flamingo Rd.
Las Vegas NV 89119


East Las Vegas Library                 

2851 East Bonanza Road
Las Vegas NV 89101


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