Want to improve your job, health, or skills? The NRC offers a variety of educational and health programs for adults, including:
FINANCIAL FREEDOM CURRICULUM
Beginner’s Credit Crash Course. In this course you will learn how to read and understand your credit report, factors that impact your score, methods to dispute inaccuracies as well as strategies for continued improvement over time. You will also receive a free copy of your Transunion credit report. (Must register in advance to receive credit report.)
Tues, Feb 21 @ 1pm
Wed, Feb 22 @ 6:30pm
Thur, feb 23 @ 3:30pm
All ages by appointment
This computer class is for anyone — young or old — who wants to learn the basics of using a computer. Learn how to surf the Internet, write and send email, and use popular programs like Microsoft Word. The class will also cover how to choose, buy, upgrade and maintain a computer. Set up a time to meet with one of our excellent volunteers to get started.
Computer Lab for Job Seekers
Looking for a job but need a computer to apply? Our volunteers can help! Visit the Computer Lab to learn how to apply for jobs online, use the fax machine, telephone and get resume help.
Ages 18 and up. We offer free child care for GED class participants!
It’s never too late to continue your education! Earning your high school diploma opens up a world of opportunities, including going to college, getting a great new job, and earning more money. Open to city residents, our GED classes help you prepare for the General Educational Development test. (Requires a $15 fee, payable to Richmond Public Schools.)
Open during program hours. High speed and wireless internet access is generously provided by Comcast.
Available for both youth and adult students
We offer tutoring to help students of all ages — from youth to adults. Our volunteers help students with a variety of subjects, from reading and writing, to math and science.