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Rachelle Munchinsky

(250) 562-2131 ext 5319

Street Humanities

An Exploration into Education


Are you interested in taking free non-credit college courses but; you can't afford tuition, books, supplies, transportation; you don't know which courses to take; you're worried that it's been too long since you were in school; or you just don't know where to begin?


Street Humanities may be for you!


You Qualify if:

  • you're a marginalized man or woman who has experienced exclusion, poverty, barriers to learning, homelessness, and/or unemployment
  • you can read and write
  • you have an interest in learning and challenging yourself in a new way
  • you're able to commit to attending two evening classes each week for the academic year

What's provided:

  • meals
  • bus passes to get to classes
  • tuition, books, and materials
  • study and discussion groups
  • stress buster days
  • support network for educational and emotional support
  • tours and orientation for a gradual integration into college life

some of the courses that may be offered:

  • Anthropology
  • Biology
  • English
  • First Nations Studies 
  • History
  • Visual Art
  • Psychology
  • Math
  • Business
  • Sociology 

This program is offered in partnership with:

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and is funded in part by the City of Prince George

3330-22nd Avenue, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, V2N 1P8
Phone 250-562-2131 or Toll-free 1-800-371-8111

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