Use Our Computer Lab
Need a place to complete your homework assignments, search for employment or check out social media? You can use our Computer Lab Monday through Thursday; 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Publisher, Homework Helpers and Job Search links are just a few of the many resources available. Please bring a USB/Thumb drive to save your files. We also offer software training classes on a regular basis. Make sure to check our calendar listings.
Thomas Dunn Learning Center HiSET Prep Program is designed to meet the needs of those who did not finish high school but need state-issued high school equivalency credentials. HiSET stands for High School Equivalency Test. It is the test chosen by the State of Missouri to allow adults to earn their high school diploma. It is similar to the GED that Missouri used to use. Attainment allows an individual to move forward in a career field, join the military, begin a training program, or continue their education.
Select a Book from Our Library
Thomas Dunn Learning Center library may be small, but it's very special. Its circular shape, accented with a working fireplace and natural light streams from our pyramid skylight, provides a cozy atmosphere for individuals to lose themselves in a good book or for small groups to meet. Our collection of fiction, non-fiction, reference and classic books provides something for everyone.
We have a fully stocked and staffed art lab for a variety of creative endeavors including working with clay, watercolor, painting, drawing, collaging and crafting. We invite the public to come enjoy our Open Art Lab for free, use of the supplies, and a live art demonstration on Monday - Thursday from 3:00 – 6:00 PM. We also host Sip ‘n Sketch for adults to receive a personal art demonstration/lesson from a local guest artist every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:00 - 8:00 PM.
Our kitchen is fully appointed with two stovetops, two industrial microwaves, and four ovens. We host a variety of cooking classes that have included specialty food preparation such as vegan, teen cooking camps, diabetic education, weight loss/weight maintenance, and cooking with recaptured foods. We also hold canning and food preservation classes.
Meeting Room and Auditorium
Thomas Dunn Learning Center hosts a number of organizations as they serve the community and our educational, cultural, enrichment and civic objectives. Below is a list of just a few:
Alive and Well STL
Annie Malone Parenting Classes
City of St. Louis Department of Health
Gene Slay’s Girls & Boys Club
Metropolitan Congregations United
Operation Food Search
Places for People
Regional Arts Commission
St. Louis Community College
St. Louis Juvenile Justice Association
St. Louis Stray Rescue
St. Louis Tax Assistance Program
Strategic Partner Alliance of Greater St, Louis (SPAG-STL)
Youth in Need