On Thursday, July 19th, Joe Robach had the privilege to discuss education issues at the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Rochester Educational Opportunity Center (REOC). The new state-of-the-art education building includes modern classrooms, a healthcare lab, a cosmetology salon, and a bistro.
The Rochester Education Opportunity Center, located at 161 Chestnut Street in downtown Rochester, houses adult academic and career programs. This education program is tuition-free for adult students. The REOC is affiliated with The College at Brockport, State University of New York and has been a staple education center in the Rochester area for forty years. The REOC’s mission is committed to the community, integrity, innovation, honesty, pride and life long learning.
The following Academic/Technical and Community Programs are offered at the REOC:
-Certified Nursing Assistant
-Child Development Associate
-English for Speakers of Other Languages
-Home Health Aid
-Licensed Practical Nursing
-GED Assessment Project
-Microsoft Certification 2010
-Notary Public Preparation
“The Rochester Educational Opportunity Center is an important resource for adult students in the Rochester area. The REOC will help students obtain the most out of their education and prepare them for good paying jobs in our community,” said Joe Robach.