Esperanza Community Center

What We Do

Adult Education

Esperanza Community Center offers crucial services that support workforce training and development that include:

adult education

Adult Literacy Classes in Spanish

English Proficiency Classes

financial education

Financial Literacy

computer classes

Computer Classes

2030 Census Preparedness & Outreach

health fitness

Health and Wellness Workshops

domestic violence education

Domestic Violence Workshops

drug and alcohol awareness

Drug and Alcohol Prevention Education

legal services

Legal Services and Workshops

Counseling services – women’s group and individual counseling

civic education

Civic Education


We currently hold adult literacy, English as a Second Language, computer classes and workshops on various current events and topics. Please call our office for the current class schedule (561) 560 3558. 

  • Adult literacy classes 
  • English as a Second Language classes
  • Basic computer classes 


Workshops on various topics such as wage theft, financial literacy, civic education, know your rights, domestic violence, and health and wellness are held throughout the month.

Workshops on current events or as requested by the community are held throughout the year.  

Please call our office for specific class or workshop hours (561) 560 3558.

Volunteer / Get Involved

Do you have a skill or talent that you want to share or teach others? If so, we want to hear from you! Please reach out and inquire about holding a class. Our community loves to participate in classes and educational opportunities. We welcome your desire to help and to get involved and look forward to your call.

For additional information on any of our educational programs, or to enroll call (561) 560-3558 and ask to speak with Yirna Buitrago, Office Services Coordinator.

Plaza Comunitarias - Adult Literacy Program

The Mexican government makes available Plazas Comunitarias, an adult literacy program for Spanish speakers living in the United States. The program is intended to help young adults and adults who, for some reason, did not have the opportunity to learn to read, write, start, or complete their primary or high school education. Must be 15 years or older to participate. 

Mexican Government Adult Literacy Program