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Why “Learning Works”

The core motivation behind SBLC is to support the desire in each person to learn and excel to the highest points of her or his abilities and potential. Through education, we can customize content to fit the personal, unique needs or professional aspirations of our learners.

What we do best is simple: We make learning work.

In 2016, we chose to rename ourselves “SBLC: Learning Works” as a way to highlight our learners’ accomplishments and the motivation behind our core message. We showcase and celebrate how SBLC functions not only to educate adult learners, but also to empower them to succeed: by securing better jobs, enhancing their life skills and personal lives, and contributing to their community.

At SBLC, we believe that learning works to forge a pathway to success. That success can take on many forms, in many ways, at any time. No matter the need, SBLC has something to offer. Wherever life for our learners may have started, and whatever its destination, we encourage you to support them and continue the journey with us.

Please explore our website to tap into and reveal the knowledge, capabilities, and skills that exist among our community of learners. Discover the many ways that learning works at SBLC and help us ensure that learning works for adult learners in Baltimore City and surrounding areas by​ becoming a volunteer or making a donation today.

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SBLC learners Shatira and Ronnie did an amazing job sharing their stories with a wonderful group of Baltimore Homecoming field trip attendees at the Cherry Hill Town Center. We were honored to be part of this exciting event highlighting so many great things going on all across the city. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you, SBLC teachers, for the dedication, care, enthusiasm, and thoughtfulness you provide through your work. We are grateful for you year-round, but want to send a big 'thank you' during Teacher Appreciation Week! ... See MoreSee Less

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SBLC will be on-site for the One Stop Reentry Fair this Wednesday, April 27, at the War Memorial building, located at 101 N. Gay Street. Check out the flyer for more information and if you attend the event, be sure to stop by our table to say hi! ... See MoreSee Less

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