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Capitol Hill Center

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"The staff at the OCCC Capitol Hill Center are there to help the people. They are doing something for the community, and that is what I really enjoy."

   - Laura Hernandez, former student at the center, and now a business developer at an Oklahoma City bank

Located in the heart of Oklahoma City's main Hispanic neighborhood, OCCC's Capitol Hill Center is a leader in serving the adult education and job readiness needs of the community's diverse members. With programming that includes computer skills training, , Internet knowledge, resume writing, and job interview preparation, most of which are provided in a bilingual Spanish-English format, the center continually evolves its offerings to respond to community needs. For example, several computer courses are now offered in Korean, in addition to English and Spanish. The center also offers technology and education resources to K-12 students.