The Portage College Community Adult Learning Programs (CALPs) are award-winning community-based programs funded by Alberta Advanced Education. Visit the CALP website to learn more about the programs offered.
The Community Adult Learning Program supports over 100 community-based organizations that offer adult literacy and foundational learning programs.
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What we do
Areas of support include
Our service region
Over 100 CALP sites exist across Alberta. Portage College oversees sites in these northeastern Alberta communities:
Province wide initiatives
CALPs serve the needs of people in their communities. For example, CALPs connect workers with upgrading opportunities, homemakers with literacy programs, seniors with technology skills, parents with the knowledge to help their children with schoolwork, and immigrants with settlement or language services.
If you have any questions about the Portage College CALP program please contact Meghan Ostertag, CALP Supervisor at 780-815-4432 or email email@example.com
Meghan Ostertag, Bonnyville CALP Coordinator
Location: Bonnyville & District Centennial Centre
Address: 4313 50 Ave. Bonnyville, AB T9N 0B4
Cold Lake First Nations
Sherry Day, Cold Lake First Nations CALP Coordinator
Location: Cold Lake First Nations Band Hall
Sandie Bishop, Elk Point CALP Coordinator
Location: Elk Point Municipal Library
Address: 5123 50 Ave. Elk Point, AB T0A 1A0
Frog Lake First Nations
Danielle McArthur, Frog Lake First Nations CALP Coordinator
Location: Norman C. Quinney Centre for Training & Employment
Address: Box 598, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
Carmen Murphy, St. Paul CALP Coordinator
Location: St. Paul Portage College Campus
Address: 5205 50 Ave. St. Paul, AB T0A 3A0