Pace’s Clemente Course in the Humanities provides tuition free, college-level instruction, for up to 6 college credits, to economically disadvantaged individuals aged 17 and older.
(New Bedford, August 19, 2020) – PACE’s Clemente Course in the Humanities provides tuition free, college-level instruction, for up to 6 college credits, to economically disadvantaged individuals aged 17 and older. Course participants take classes in literature, art history, moral philosophy, American history, writing and public speaking from college professors. Instructors are chosen for their engaging and dynamic presence in the classroom and their commitment to working with non-traditional learners
The Clemente Course grants a certificate of achievement to all students who finish the course and six college credits to those who complete it at a high level of academic performance. The credits come from UMass Dartmouth, and can be transferred to any community college or university.
NEW DATES – Information regarding this semester’s program:
Fall 2020 classes will meet on Monday and Wednesday nights from 6:00 pm-8:00pm
Fall classes run 9/21/2020-12/21/2020
Application deadline for Fall 2020: 9/19/2020
Interviews by phone will be held now through September 20th
To apply online: http://paceinfo.org/apply-for-clemente-course/
“Clemente was a huge break for me as it helped me to focus and motivate myself. I gained more experience as well as friendships.The physical and emotional support of having friends around brings a lot to everyone.Tears, tiredness, opinions, silence, laughs, cracking up jokes, having snacks on break time and the speeches that gives everyone in fear or happy. Having all of these are some of the things I will miss. Gaining an education is a major change as it gives me more confidence to pursue another path to get another degree. Planning a new career and enjoy a new beginning for the future are my bucket list. I’m hoping to be better and be able to continue towards what I would like to do. I am incredibly grateful and thankful to my professors, tutor and classmates for the wonderful adventure. Thank you for the endless effort of patience, understanding, encouragement and motivation. I personally thank Ms. Susan for giving me the opportunity to have this program”. ~ Jean Romano, 40 year old Filipino with 2 young children. Migrated and has been living here for almost 20 year
For more information about enrolling in the Clemente Course in the Humanities, email Susan Hagan at SusanHagan.Clemente@gmail.com.
PACE – People Acting in Community Endeavors, Inc.
PACE, Inc. delivers innovative and effective services to members of the Greater New Bedford Community in their pursuit of brighter futures.
PACE programs include: Child Care Works, YB Youth Development Center, The Family Center, Head Start, Housing Services, Fuel Assistance, Clemente Course,Tax Preparation, Health Access and Food Bank.