St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center expands into new Pontiac Location

The new facilities will offer Adult Education and GED services

DETROIT - Michimich -- One of the Detroit area's prominent non-profit educational organizations, the St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center ( (SVSF), is expanding its free Adult Education and GED services with a new Pontiac location.

The new facility will be located in the Oakland County Michigan Works! Pontiac office, under the auspices of Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit.

As a member of the Pontiac Chamber of Commerce, SVSF developed the expansion through the support of the Pontiac United Education Coalition and Pontiac Literacy Council. Work on the facility started on in March.

Audrean Williams, SVSF's Assistant Director of Adult Education and Career Navigator, has been leading the non-profit's expansion effort.

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"This new collaborative will provide educational services, employment assistance and community enrichment in Pontiac and the surrounding areas," said Williams. "We will work together to prepare enrolled residents for improved possibilities and a better future."

"Goodwill Detroit is thrilled to make adult education services available to even more people through this partnership," said Dan Varner, President and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit.  "We are here to help people overcome employment barriers, and adding SVSF's adult education and GED services will help even more people gain the education or credential they need so they can get the job they want."

The new location will join the existing six locations across the City of Detroit, as well as the SVSF children's programs on its main campus in Detroit.

Source: St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center

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