The Community Learning Network (CLN) is a not-for profit association established in 1987 under Alberta's Societies Act. CLN supports the innovative learning leaders who are building Alberta’s vibrant learning communities. We provide and promote professional development, training, customized support and networking opportunities to Alberta’s Community Adult Learning Programs. We work in close collaboration with our partners, funders and system stakeholders to achieve our vision, where Community Adult Learning Programs are the hub for adult learning in every community. The CLN team includes five full-time staff dedicated to providing relevant and responsive support at a grassroots regional level to the more than 130 Community Adult Learning Programs throughout Alberta.
"Culture of Collaboration in Taber On October 25th, Taber and District Community Adult Learning Association hosted a community dialogue with the goal of helping Taber and the surrounding area become a more welcoming community. Like many communitie..."
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