Cambridge Center for Adult Education (CCAE) provides high-quality, fun educational opportunities for the diverse adults of Greater Boston. Since 1938, The Cambridge Center has consistently offered the most diverse menu of courses to adults in Cambridge and surrounding areas. First incorporated as the Cambridge Social Union in April 1876, then in 1938, we officially became the Cambridge Center for Adult Education.3.5/5(55).
Updated Message from the Boston Center for Adult Education (BCAE) Board of Directors In April 2019 we informed the BCAE community that we had terminated the former Executive Director and Controller due to fiscal irregularities and the discovery of fraud following a financial audit. The Cambridge Center for Adult Education (CCAE), a non-profit corporation in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has been teaching adult education courses at 42 Brattle Street since taking over the building from the Cambridge Social Union in 1938.. The CCAE is housed in two historic buildings, the William Brattle House (1727) at 42 Brattle Street and the Dexter Pratt House (1808) at 54 Brattle Street.Location: 42 Brattle Street, Cambridge, .
The Cambridge Center for Adult Education (CCAE) offers a variety of classroom and meeting spaces in two historic properties at 42 and 56 Brattle Street conveniently located near the Harvard Square MBTA station in Cambridge. The Friends of the Community Learning Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that raises private funds and public awareness for the Community Learning Center (CLC), which is a division of the Department of Human Service Programs, City of Cambridge, MA. CLC provides free adult basic education to more than 1,000 people each year.