In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 Virus, all of our courses have pushed back their start dates to after April 6, 2020. As well, we have cancelled all in office services, tutoring, and consultations.

On April 6, we will reevaluate the situation and determine how to move forward.

Introducing the Board of Directors for the Camrose Adult Learning Council
Front Row: Patrick Rivest, Merdell Stolee, Tyler Sehn
Back Row: Stephanie Oliver, Linda Wnuk, Connie Ertmoed

Our office will be closed Monday February 17, 2020 to allow our staff and students time to spend with their families

We will reopen on Tuesday February 18 at 8:30 am.


Organize Yourself & Plan for Greatness in 2020
Do you feel like you are constantly organizing, planning, and setting goals but
are not accomplishing everything you want to?
Are you using several planning tools but still feel
overwhelmed and unorganized?

Set achievable personal and professional goals.
> Effectively organize all aspects of your life in one place.
> Plan and track events, tasks and actions toward your goals.
> Combine inspiration and accountability in your new Bullet Journal

Thursday, March 5, 2020 9 am to 12
Camrose Adult Learning Council (5000-51 ave. End of main street)
Cost: $35 (Bullet Journal included.)
To Register, call 780-672-8754 or email or drop by the office.
We accept etransfer, check, credit card or cash for payment.
Register before March 2, 2020.


Camrose Adult Learning Council started a new annual Holiday Literacy Project this year.
Each family who receives a Christmas Hamper will also receive a high quality short adult novel for the parent(s).
We hope to inspire parents to read through this project.
This year we collected enough donations to purchase 150 books.Thank you to our community member organizations and businesses who help make our Holiday Literacy Project a success; the Camrose Association for Community Living Staff, the Camrose Booster, and the Camrose Arts Society.
If you are interested in participating in this project next year, contact
Diane McLaren at

Our office will close on December 20, 2019 at 1:30 pm

and will reopen on January 6, 2020 at 8:30 am to allow our staff and students time to celebrate the holidays.

Merry Christmas

And A Happy New Year.

Don’t Have the Words?
Learn English – Grow your Vocabulary
ELL Vocabulary class – 9:30 to 11:00 am every Tuesday
6 weeks starting January 14 to February 18.
No cost

 Learn important English words and phrases and practice them through a variety of activities in class.
 Improve your ability to hold conversations, discuss topics, and tell stories.
 Grow in your confidence in speaking English in a safe environment.

Call Linda Olson at 780-672-8754 or email to register before December 20.

We have employment opportunities for skilled, innovative team players who are passionate about providing high quality learning experiences for adults.

You would be a good fit for our organization if you…
• enjoy change, continuous learning and challenging yourself
• have outstanding facilitation skills
• have experience and training in one of the speciality areas below

Instructor for the Math You Will Use Everyday Course (wage $25 per hour)
Contract position from February 11 to April 2, 2020. Tuesday and Thursday Evenings from 6 to 9 pm. Additional paid hours for preparation. An opportunity to provide individual tutoring at other times of the week is also available. Instruct our new Numeracy course which teaches essential skills and the math calculations adults need to plan a vacation, cook for a large group, renovate a room in their home and mange their personal finances.

Classroom Manager & Learner Support for GED Preparation Course (wage $20 per hour)
Contract Position from January 14 to March 26, 2020. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Evenings from 4:30 to 8:00 pm.
Maintain a welcoming classroom space, conducive to learning, for a group of diverse adults.
Support Learners to successfully complete their learning experience.
Setup and takedown classroom equipment and perform other duties as necessary.

Resumes will be accepted until December 6, 2019. Email resumes to

January 14 – March 26, 2020

Learn everything you need to know to successfully write and pass your GED Exam. (High School Equivalency Exam).

Time: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Evenings

from 5 to 8 pm

Cost: Books and calculator $100 (if not eligible for funding.) GED exam fee $200 (if not eligible for funding) (Exam is held in Stettler or Red Deer)

What You Need To Bring: A binder, paper, pens, pencils, eraser

A snack and water or beverage and indoor shoes

A commitment to attend all classes, work hard, and to complete homework

Location: Camrose Adult Learning Council;

#7, 5000-51 Ave, Camrose

Deadline to Register is January 8, 2020: Call 780-672-8754 or email for an Intake Assessment and Interview

We will be closed on Monday, November 11 in observance of Remembrance Day.