Arlington Education & Employment Program 2801 Clarendon Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 The Arlington Education & Employment Program (REEP) is a local government organization that provides English classes…More to county residents. Classes are offered at the Clarendon Education Center (CEC) as well as at outreach centers throughout the county. Many classes are free, while other intensive classes have a nominal fee (scholarships are available).
Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges 2101 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) is located on Wilson Boulevard right across the street…More from the Court House metro station. Recognized by the U.S. Department of Education it provides accreditation for many types of post-secondary schools, colleges and trade schools. Through its accreditation process it is believed that educational institutions will increase their standards, student preparation and quality of education for the more than 200,000 students who attend its 800 accredited schools each year.
The Art Institute of Washington 1100 N Glebe Rd, Arlington, VA22201 The Art Institute of Washington is a for-profit educational institution that offers certification and degrees in a…More variety of artistic fields. The main bulk of its courses fall under design, media, fashion and culinary arts. AI Washington is a branch of the Art Institute of Atlanta and a subsidiary of Education Management Corporation. It also operates a public gallery on the ground floor.
KSA-Plus Communications 2000 15th St N, Arlington, VA22201 KSA-Plus is a communications firm committed to positive change. It specializes in K-12 education, higher…More education, nonprofits, technology and parent leadership clients. The firm also offers strategic planning services along with media relations, public engagement, advertising, message development and more. For more information about the services offered, call the number listed.
Battelle Arlington Operations 2111 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 Battelle is a charitable trust interested in scientific, educational, technology and community endeavors and…More investments. It seeks to assist in developing energy, health and life science, community and education solutions that advance the fields, maximize productivity and offer better, cleaner solutions for tomorrow. Call for more information or visit the website provided.
Argosy University, Washington DC 1550 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA22209 Argosy University, a for-profit institution with nineteen branches nationwide, offers professional degrees in…More psychology, counselor education, education, business, criminal justice, liberal arts, and much more at its Rosslyn location in Arlington, VA. Established as an organization in 2001, Argosy U. is headquartered in Chicago. Check website for accreditation and certification of individual programs as well as courses of study in other locations.
Arlington County Career, Technical and Adult Education 2801 Clarendon Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 This organization, part of the Arlington County government, provides adult education courses for residents of the…More county. Classes are offered in three cycles—fall, spring and summer—and are open to all residents for a nominal fee. Classes range from business to languages to technical to arts. The office is located on the third floor of 2801 Clarendon Blvd, just a block from the Clarendon metro station and across from the Market Common shopping area.
People to People Ambassador Programs 1601 N Kent St, Arlington, VA22209 People to People Ambassador Programs is the most recognized & respected educational travel provider & has…More provided more than 400,000 citizens of the world the opportunity to promote peace through understanding. The Ambassador Programs include Citizen, Student, Sports & Leadership to promote international & domestic programs for professionals, students, athletes, & the leaders of tomorrow. Participation in a program contributes directly to personal success in a globalized world & fosters international friendships. Our hands on, unique, educational travel programs provide access to people and places beyond compare, and combine unique cultural experiences with personal interaction to create global impact. Our safety record is the result of many factors, including a reliance on federal guidelines, the strength and experience of our leaders, our organization's expertise and experience in program destination countries, a vast global network of resources and team members, & a sincere commitment to the wellbeing of our Ambassadors and their families. The Ambassador Programs serve as the exclusive educational travel provider of People to People International (PTPI), the nonprofit, Kansas City-based organization founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower to promote peace through understanding worldwide.
Symphony Orchestra of Arlington (SOA) 2801 Clarendon Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 The Symphony Orchestra of Arlington (SOA) is a professional symphony orchestra offering high-quality music to…More Northern Virginia. The orchestra offers community outreach, education and entertainment. It holds performances regularly in the area, with an up-to-date schedule and ticket information available on the SOA website.
U.S. - CREST 1400 Key Blvd, Arlington, VA22209 U.S. - CREST (Center for Research and Education on Strategy and Technology) is a private, non-profit research institute…More that specializes in transatlantic defense and aerospace policy. Its corporate mission is to promote public understanding of international relations and defense and to provide the United States with information and analysis of the European viewpoint, and vice-versa.
Arlington County Government Real Estate Assessments 2100 Clarendon Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 Arlington County Government Real Estate Assessments assesses the value of all real estate property in a fair manner.…More Property taxes are based on the assessed value of the home, so this office makes an effort to address any challenges to an assessment and to educate both the public and its own employees on the process. It also houses all records of ownership.
The Lexington Institute 1600 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA22209 The Lexington Institute's goal is to inform, educate and shape the public debate of national priorities in those areas…More that are of importance to the future success of democracy. It believes in limiting the role of the federal government to those functions explicitly stated or implicitly defined by the United States Constitution.
Arlington County Fire Department - Administration 2100 Clarendon Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 The Arlington County Fire Department employs 319 people in various roles, such as fire response, education, and medical…More and environmental emergencies. The department was the first in the nation to hire a professional female fire fighter in 1974. It was also some of the first responders to the 2001 terrorist attack at the Pentagon. The department oversees ten fire stations in Arlington County.
Doorways for Women and Families 3195 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 Doorways for Women and Families is a charitable organization headquartered on Wilson Boulevard in Arlington. The…More organization is dedicated to ending domestic violence and family homelessness, offering around-the-clock shelter, court advocacy, community education programs and financial consulting for women, children and families. Visit the Doorways for Women and Families website for resources, volunteer and donation information.
Strayer University 2121 15th St N, Arlington, VA22201 Strayer University is a private, for-profit university headquartered in Arlington. Students complete four-year degrees…More on one of their 80 non-residential campuses around the country and through online courses. The Arlington campus offers degrees in accounting, business, education, health services administration, information systems and public administration.
Professional Bartending School 2440 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 Professional Bartending School is a bartending training school. Operating since 1968, the school is certified by…More the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia and provides national alcohol management certification. Upon completion, the school works with graduates to help them find placement in bars in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
The American Spectator 1911 Fort Myer Dr, Arlington, VA22209 The American Spectator is a national conservative monthly magazine published by the American Spectator Foundation. It is…More funded by the consevative Bradley Foudation and Pittsburgh billionaire Richard Mellon Scaife. The magazine's main focuses are education and political issues.
Compliance Solutions 1400 Key Blvd, Arlington, VA22209 Compliance Solutions, a subsidiary of Health Communications, provides educational management services, such as…More compliance-based training, tracking and reporting of critical information. It also assists businesses develop employee-training programs.
Broadreach Healthcare 2500 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA22201 Located just a few blocks from the Court House Metro station, Broadreach Healthcare's mission is to provide healthcare…More to those in need around the world. Broadreach works hand in hand with the government and private companies to help put into place programs that benefit and improve the standard of living for people around the world. This is done through various means including patient education and consulting.
Devtech Systems 1700 N Moore St, Arlington, VA22209 Devtech Systems operates as an international consulting firm that offers extensive advisory services and technical…More solutions to clients. The company ensures expert project management services and is skilled in social and economic development, education, governance and more. To schedule an appointment and for more information about the services offered at Devtech Systems, call the number provided.
Clarendon Child Care Center 1305 N Jackson St, Arlington, VA22201 Clarendon Child Care Center is a day care facility for children 2-1/2 to 6 years old with a playground on the premises.…More The center's eight teachers all hold bachelor's degrees in early childhood education or a related field. The school is divided up into a class for 2- and 3-year-olds, and another for 4-, 5- and 6-year-olds.