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Bendeko Kirimbe came to the US from a refugee camp in Zambia where he lived for five years after fleeing Congo. He is a student in our Adult Basic Ed morning class.  He has a high school diploma from his country, but his transcript was destroyed in Congo.  He works as a night custodian at the Los Gatos-Saratoga High School District.   Jen Smith, his teacher, found out that he wanted to be a plumber and started exploring ways for him to get some type of certification/license.  Long story short, he is on his way to San Jose City College in January and will be enrolling in the construction trades program.  

South Bay Consortium for Adult Education 2016-17 Annual Plan draft now available

Through the spring and summer of 2016 the members of the South Bay Consortium for Adult Education have been reviewing our activities the year ending, including evaluating student data on our outcomes, in order to identify our priorities and activities for the 2016-17 school year. Our faculty, in their program area Work Groups, and as represented by the faculty Chairs, have provided critical input. Our continued communication with our community partners informed our plan, including the important meeting held on July 19 with community partners to discuss our Immigrant Integration Pathway project.
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