Arkansas Career Pathways
114 East Capitol, Little Rock AR
Pathways is a new program that enables your local two-year college to offer those who qualify free career training and college classes. In addtion to free training and college classes, the Pathways program may be able to help you overcome the barriers that have kept you from getting the training and educatiion you need. Help with things such as Child Care, Transportatin, Career Counseling and Job Search after training for low income parents.
Arkansas Division of Rehabilitation Services
1150 N. Museum, Suite #3, Conway AR
501-730-9725 Fax 501-730-9728
Adult education for individuals with disabilites. Must be a senior in high school or older, have a disability (mental or physical), and have reasonable expectation for employment. The program helps people with disabilites to go to work, social security number and income data are required. Office hours are 8:00am-4:30 pm, Monday through Friday
1629 South BLVD. Conway, AR
Preschool program with grant based funding
Arkansas Early Intervention Services
1000 E. Siebenmorgan P.O. Box 310, Conway AR
Betty Starkey 501-730-9978 or 800-324-0996 Fax: 501-730-9947
Services and supports for persons with developmental disabilites and thier families. 7am-4:30pm (Monday through Friday)
Assists with getting people jobs in energy efficiency industries.
American Indian of Central Arkansas
1100 N University AVE, Little Rock AR
Assists Native Americans with education, welfare, and employment services.
#2 Capital Mall, Little Rock AR
Assists with getting people jobs in nursing programs.
Arkansas Head Start Association
630 Robins Ste. 118, Conway AR
309 7th Ave, Perry AR
Provides help for Perry and Faulkner County for children and family issues.
Arkansas Job Corp
6900 Scott Hamilton, Little Rock AR 72209
Monday thru Friday 8AM-5PM; Helps youth get GEDs & jobs opportunities
Arkansas Office of Child Support Enforcement|
Conway Extension OCSE
2455 Washington Ave, Ste 107, Conway AR
Contact person: Carol Kleaver Office Manager: Pam Hardin
Locating the non-custodial parent, establishing paternity (which can give the child legal right to social security inheritance benefits as well as other benefits), securing child support, modifying an existing order to increase child support payments, and entitling the child to health insurance coverage through the absent parent if it is available to the absent parent through thier employment or union membership. Office hourse : 8:00 am- 4:30 pm Monday-Friday
Big Brother/Big Sister
1105 Deer St, Conway AR
Monday thru Friday 8AM-5PM; Provides mentoring for kids
Birch Tree Communities, Inc.
132 Lower Ridge Road, Conway Ar
Our role is to do all we can to make a full life in the community possible.
Boys and Girls Club of Faulkner County
1405 Robins St, Conway, AR
Monday thru Friday 3PM-7:00PM (Schoolyear) & 8AM-5:30PM (Summer)
Fee: $50 per year and $30 per week per child. Scholarships are available for those in need. Provides life enhancing programs to enrich children ages 6-18.
707 Robins St Ste 118, Conway AR
Monday thru Friday 8AM-4:30PM
Provides Scholarships, childcare, education, job training, and other resources. Please call for details.
Center for Exceptional Children Step by Step
1004 B St, Perryville AR 72126
Development center for children. All your needs for 5 weeks to five years at no cost to parents.
Provides assistance with school supplies for eligible participants. For more information please call 501-327-5665 or 501-327-1522
Child Support Enforcement
400 East Capital, Little Rock AR
Paternity testing and child support orders
Provides information on childcare programs in the area.
Children's Advocacy Alliance
574 Locust Ave, Conway AR
Serves Faulkner, Van Buren, Searcy, Pope, and Conway counties
Call for details
Community Christian Academy
123 HWY 113 S, Bigelow AR 72016
ABC Preschool program, free to those accepted.
2740 College Ave, Conway AR
Free extracurricular activities for children with special needs
Community Services Inc
818 N Creek Dr, Conway AR
501-327-9788 OR 501-329-5848
Education, Juvenile justice, mental health, substance abuse, and day treatment.
Conway Adult Education Center
125 Center Street, Conway AR Contact person Ruth Ann Williams
501-450-4810 Fax 501-450-4818
Programs are for adults 18 and older. Tuition free courses in writing, social studies, basic reading and mathematics skills, GED (high school equivalency diploma), English as a second language classes, ACT prep, computer literacy, intro to Spanish, and WAGE (workforce skills).
Conway Cradle Care
2400 Prince St, Conway AR
Helps teens with kids complete school and provide low cost daycare.
Conway Wage Training Center
1500 Museum RD, Conway Arkansas
GED and work training and career counseling.
Department of Workforce Services
1500 Museum RD STE 111, Conway Arkansas
Offers wide variety of links for employment.
1000 East Siebenmorgan, Conway AR
501-730-9900 Fax: 501-730-9910
Diagnosis and evaluation assessment of the nature and extent of a youth's physical, emotional, educational and behavioral problems and recommendations for treatment strategies to remedy the identified problems.
Therapy: therapeutic relationship between the client and a qualified therapist for the purpose of accomplishing changes that are identified as goals in the case plan through the use of various counseling techniques. Services to specific individuals may include individual, group or family therapy, or consultation with the referral source as needed.
Early Childhood Program
Arch ford education service cooperative 101 Bulldog Drive, Plumerville, AR
501-354-2269 Fax: 501-354-6947
The program provides services to three-five year old children with disabilites Monday-Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm
P.O. Box 2407 1301 N. Museum Road, Conway AR
501-327-3037 Fax: 501-327-8778 Contact person: Rennia Johnson
Job placement and transportation for serverly disabled adults ages 18 and up 8-4:30 pm Mon.-Fri.
For children with development care needs. Meals and transportation are provided. PT, OT, and Speech therapy provided at no cost.
First Presbyterian Church
2400 Prince St, Conway AR
When funding is available provides youths in need of help.
Greenbriar School District
4 School Dr, Greenbrier AR
Home Educators program assistance
HUD Briarwood Apartments
501-329-1302 (also see housing)
Literacy Action of Central Arkansas
1900 Tyler Street
Conway, AR 72034
Contact Person: Aaran Mattson
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.; Friday: 10:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Approximately 145,000 adults (10%) in central Arkansas struggle with basic reading, writing, and math skills. These individuals struggle to read a menu, fill out a job application, or read a bedtime story to their children. Adult literacy is a factor in almost every socioeconomic issue, including parenting, health care, workforce development, and poverty. To address these issues effectively, we must invest in educating adults with low literacy. Literacy Action of Central Arkansas is helping to break the cycle of intergenerational illiteracy and poverty by giving adults the skills they need to be successful as workers and parents. Literacy Action teaches reading skills to adults and English language skills to non-native adults. We help build a community of adults empowered through literacy. Literacy Action has worked hard since 1986 to teach literacy skills to struggling readers in the central Arkansas area. We have offices in Little Rock and Conway, but serve students from a seven county area. In the last 12 months, Literacy Action served over 600 adult students delivering over 11,000 hours of individualized instruction. We believe in acknowledging and advocating for the important role adults play in fostering their children's basic literacy skills and attitudes toward learning. The single greatest indicator of a child's future success is the literacy level of his or her parents. Learning to read enables our students to get family-supporting jobs, have better access to health information and teach their children the value of education.
PO Box 99 Enola AR
501-329-4252 (also see shelters)
29B Nabco Dr, Conway AR
Offers a wide range of employment opportunities including short and long term.
University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton
1537 University Blvd, Morrilton, AR 72110
Telephone: 501-977-2053 Telephone: 800-264-1094
Services; General Education, college transfer classes as well as business, technical, industrial health, service oriented classes, and Computer Informations Systems Technology degree. BEOG grants, loans, and scholarships avaliable. Must have completed 8th grade. Required to take ACT or ASSET. Child care avaliable on site. Arkansas Career Pathways Participating College
U.C.A. Division of Academic Outreach
UCA Brewer-Hegeman Conference Center Room 102, Conway AR
Kristy Carter firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-traditional education, including: youth camps, community education programs, conferences and workshops for youth and adults, credit workshops (off campus and on), correspondence program, and to rent space for educational activites
Office hours: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Vilonia ABC Preschool
2 Nalor RD, Vilonia AR
Grants funding to those that qualify
Wage Training Center
1500 North Museum Rd
Conway, AR 72032
Fax: 501-730-9731Services: Basic education in math, reading, English, resume writing, job applications, job readiness training, letter writing, computer literacy, and life skills. Clerical certificates, industrial certificates, and employer certificates. Now has a training program at the Adult Ed. Building. Monday through Thursday 8:00am- 4:00pm. Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., (Monday through Friday)