Community members and organizational leaders recently gathered to celebrate the opening of the Clark-Fulton Learning Center, located within the Fulton Branch of Cleveland Public Library. Attendees heard celebratory comments from community members and leaders, including Councilwoman Jasmine Santana, and participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony, center tour and technology demonstrations.
The learning center offers free technology-focused training to Cleveland residents for STEM learning, industry-specific job development and small business growth.
This is one of two centers to open in Cleveland as part of the Verizon Community Forward Initiative. The other center is located at the Earle B. Turner Recreation Center in the Union-Miles neighborhood. Both centers are made possible by Verizon in partnership with JumpStart.
To learn more about the Verizon Community Forward Learning Centers, visit CommunityForwardCLE.com.