Empowered Learning Center 2001 W Main St, Stamford, CT06902 Empowerment Learning Center offers effective techniques that assist in overcoming learning challenges. Accurate…More assessment of challenges coupled with clinically proven learning strategies add up to a winning combination for clients of all ages. ELC does not employ a one treatment fits all strategy; learning prescriptions are developed for each individual based upon the needs identified in the initial assessments. Empowerment Learning Center delivers results that are measurably effective, but just as important is the positive intellectual and emotional growth in each client.
Aperture Technologies, Inc. 652 Glenbrook Rd Ste 4-103, Stamford, CT06906 Aperture Technologies, Inc., a subcompany of Emerson Network Power, is a software company that specializes in data…More center management for space, power and cooling challenges. The company has over 20 years in software experience. For more information please call the number provided.
CTE 34 Woodland Ave, Stamford, CT06902 CTE is a designated community action agency that works to challenge poverty for the low income residents in the Stamford…More area. It offers programs to promote education, for families, for the community's youth and for workforce development. Donations of goods, services, money and other contributions can be made to the agency.
Founded in 1998, The Stanwich School is an independent, co-ed day school in Greenwich that currently serves students…More in grades pre-K - 9, but it's in the process of expanding to the 12th grade. The school offers a challenging and innovative curriculum in a caring and enthusiastic environment.
As The Stanwich School works to expand its current building in Greenwich, it has leased the former site of Sacred Heart Academy in Stamford to hold its growing Junior House for grades 7 - 9. Each school year, Stanwich will add a grade level to the Junior House until it has a 12th grade class. Once construction is completed, all grades will be moved to Stanwich's original Greenwich location.
Metropolitan Dance Center 2111 Summer St, Stamford, CT06905 If you want to learn classic ballroom dancing, this is the place to be. Featured in the January/February Issue of…MoreStamford Magazine's "50 Things we Love About our City" and named Number Six, Metropolitan Dance Center is conveniently located in the Ridgeway Shopping Center between Starbucks and Chase Bank. Offering individual and group lessons, Metropolitan Dance Center can teach anyone from the novice to the expert. It focuses on the positive effects that dancing can have on your physical, mental and social well-being. Owners are World Professional Smooth Champion Steven Dougherty and Master of Ceremonies from long running PBS program "Championship Ballroom Dancing and America's Ballroom Challenge" John DePalma. Metropolitan Dance Center is also home of US Champion and World Class Coach Marianne Nicole.