Current Schedule

Computer Training

  • TBA

    Learn to use the computer for daily life activities at home and at work. This 2-hr class introduces new users to Windows, email, computer components, the keyboard, how to navigate, access the internet, set up email and more.

    *Child care available

  • Mondays, April 3rd-24th, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
    *Childcare Available

    Learn MS Word Beginning-Advanced levels, increase your skills and earning potential. Typing and Computer skills recommended. 

  • Wednesday,April 5th-26th, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
    *Child care available

    This 12-hour course is offered in 6 sessions and teaches students how to create a spreadsheet for home or work.  Topics include basic through advanced formulas, calculations, formatting, charts and pivot tables, and data analysis.


  • Improve your typing speed and keyboarding skills. This self-paced computer based class starts with orientation and continues during Computer Lab Hours, Mondays through Thursdays, 1:00am-4:00pm.

Money Management

  • Saturday, April 8, 10:30am-12:30pm
    *Child care available

    Learn budgeting basics, how to live on a limited income and how to plan for emergencies. Helpful tips on saving money and spending priorities are also covered.


  • Mondays or Wednesdays, 5:30-7:30 pm (By Appointment Only)
    *Child care available

    This is a one-on-one session with an expert financial coach. Learn how to create a working budget and a target budget, manage spending, understand your credit report, and become money smart. Appointments are scheduled.


  • Tuesday, April 18, 5:30-6:30pm
    *Child care available

    Learn budgeting basics, how to live on a limited income and how to plan for emergencies. Helpful tips on saving money and spending priorities are also covered.


English Classes

  • Monday, May 15th (Testing & Registration)
    *Child care available

    English classes are offered from beginning through advanced levels. Classes are offered mornings and evenings. The 15 week course focuses on grammar, vocabulary and conversation for people who need to improve their ability to speak English for work, home or education. 


  • Saturday, April 22nd-May 13th, 10:30am – 12:30pm
    *Child care available

    How will this class help you? This class is designed to help prepare legal permanent residents to pass the USCIS naturalization test and interview. To be eligible, participants must be legal residents with at least beginner-level English skills. Topics covered include US history, government and civics, the naturalization process and the English vocabulary required for the Citizenship test and interview. The class also includes free study materials and practice interviews. Participants must pre-register.  Click here for the flyer.


Computer Lab

  • Monday-Thursday, 1:00-4:00pm

    Computer lab services are available for computer practice, email, creating resumes, job searches, printing, faxing and more. 

Family Life

  • 3rd Wednesday of each month by Appointment

    Atlanta Legal Aid Society in partnership with North Fulton Community Charities is offering free legal advice to help individuals with some of life’s basic legal issues. Appointments are required.

GED Tutoring

  • Monday & Wednesday mornings, 9:30am-1:30pm and Tuesday & Thursday evenings, 5:00 – 7:30pm

    It’s now easier than ever to get your GED! Enrollment is open once a month and includes: Orientation and Registration, Pre-Assessment Placement Testing (GAIN) and Orientation and  Enrollment. Tutoring is offered for indiviuals  18 years of age or older who have not graduated from an accredited high school. Volunteer teachers  and tutors  help prepare individuals to pass the Official GED test. A Graduation Celebration for graduates and their family members to celebrate their success. Click here   for a flyer and register today.

    *Child care available

Workforce Readiness

  • TBA

    Attend an information session and meet with a Workforce Counselor to learn more  about “free” paid  training for underemployed, unemployed or dislocated low income workers!  For more information, please click here: WIOA Flyer. 

  • Saturday, April 15, 10:30am-12:30pm
    *Child care available

    How will this class help you? Learn how to complete a job application, prepare a good resume, develop a personal action plan, and feel confident during an interview. Receive expert advice on how to impress a potential employer and what not to do. All participants are invited to schedule one-on-one job coaching for personalized help with skills assessment, completing applications, on-line job searching, and more.


  • Every Thursday,  By Appointment

     Individual coaching sessions are designed to help the job seeker learn skill assessments, online job searching, resume building and interviewing techniques. Appointments are required. These one hour sessions will assist you in becoming a better job candidate. To request an appointment, please click here.

  • Friday & Saturday, April 21st & 22nd

    How will this class help you? Facilitated by a certified OSHA trainer, this class is the primary method used to train retail, manufacturing, warehouse and general industry workers on hazard recognition and OSHA safety standards. Many businesses require OSHA certification before hiring an individual. Click Here for a flyer.


  • TBA

    How will this class help you? Facilitated by a certified OSHA trainer, this class is the primary method used to train Construction Workers on hazard recognition and OSHA safety standards. Many contractors and sub-contractors require OSHA certification before hiring an individual. Participants also receive a voucher for discounted safety shoes or boots at Red Wing Shoes.


  • Saturday, July 22, 10:30am – 12:30pm
    *Child care available

     This 2-hour class is taught by a small business owner  and is for anyone thinking about starting a business.  Find out how you can be your own boss and where to look for financial and support. For more information, click here.


Government Programs Support

  • Mondays, starting at 10:00am, End times vary.

    As a partner agency with Atlanta Prosperity and DFACS, we can help families see if they qualify for public benefits. Screening and information is available for Food Stamps, Medicaid, for children and pregnant women, energy assistance, WIC, TANF and Subsidized Child Care Assistance (CAP). We can also process new and renewal applications for Food Stamps and Medicaid for children and pregnant women and also check status of submitted applications. First come, first serve.

  • TBA

    The Health Insurance Marketplace is a new way to find coverage that fits your budget and needs. Government trained and certified volunteers (Assisters and Certified Application Counselors) assist individuals looking for health coverage options and filling out applications. Whether you’re uninsured, or just want to explore your choices, the Health Insurance Marketplace will help find coverage that’s right for you. Click here for the flyer.

  • Click here to schedule an appointment

    Appointments available Mondays-Fridays, and some Saturdays. Click here for more information.

  • Friday,  August 11, 8:30am-5:00pm

    This 8-hour class is facilitated by Clearpoint, a certified HUD training provider. Learn from the experts about how to become a homeowner. Participants receive a Certificate of Completion which may be used for down payment assistance. Light lunch will be provided. Click here for the flyer

More Information

Free classes and workshops are available to all NFCC clients and our community, space permitting. Child Care is available for evening and Saturday classes.

All classes and seminars are held at the NFCC Education Center: 11255 Elkins Road, Roswell, 30076 (directly across the street from our main office).

Click here for a printable version of our Current Class Calendar or Class Description. To register, click here or call 678.387.4478 for more information.