The Cultural Development & Wellness Center Workforce Services program at Aurora Mental Health & Recovery provides our Adult Education students with the skills and resources they need to get a job and succeed in the workplace. We provide free classes for Workplace English and English for Healthcare Jobs. We also assist students with their career goals, preparation, and job searching.

Additionally, The team at Aurora Mental Health & Recovery has a Student Navigator program that gives currently enrolled students the opportunity to help their communities through paid on-the-job training.

These services are ONLY available for current students of the AMHR Cultural Development & Wellness Center Adult Education Program.


Workplace English

Workplace English teaches students how to talk at work. Students learn how to write emails, how to solve problems with coworkers, how to ask for a raise, and other professional vocabulary to be successful in American jobs. This class is open to all registered students of the Cultural Development & Wellness Center Adult Education program.

For questions, contact Heather Morgan:
(303) 923-6811

Career Navigation

Do you want to go to college? Do you want to learn more about training? Do you have some ideas about your career goals, but you want help to decide which goal is right for you? If you are a registered student of our Adult Education program, you can contact Heather Morgan to make an appointment.

She will talk to you about your goals and help you:

  • Find the right career path for you
  • Figure out the steps you need to take to reach your goals
  • Apply for college
  • Apply for job search programs, if needed
  • Apply for a job
  • Write emails that will help you communicate with employers and colleges

For more information, please contact our Career Navigator, Heather Morgan:
(303) 923-6811

English for Healthcare

In the English for Healthcare class, you will learn language about healthcare jobs, hospitals, sickness, bodies, and other topics that will help you pass tests to enter training programs at community college. This class is NOT job training, but it will give you language to help you start training to work in healthcare!

For questions, contact Heather Morgan:
(303) 923-6811

Student Navigators Program

The Student Navigator program prepares advanced level, currently enrolled students of our Adult Education program to assist their communities through paid on-the-job training. The 10-week program provides students the skills they need to help their fellow students navigate their learning and connect to necessary community resources.

For questions or to apply, contact Lizbeth Jacobs: