Adult Basic Education
The Adult Basic Education program can help you prepare to attend college, often from the comfort of your hometown, saving you time and G.I. Bill money.
The Adult Basic Education program can assist with increasing your reading, writing, and math skills or earn a GED.
The program also assists in learning English as a Second Language and acquiring skills to help your children or grandchildren with homework and more.
For more information, visit the Adult Basic Education website.
Center for New Directions
The Center for New Directions can help you find a new career with your current skills. They will explore career options with you, assess your interests and skills, and help you select an educational and/or training program that will best fit what you want to do.
The Center for New Directions also provides personal counseling and helps you find scholarships to assist in paying for college.
For more information, visit the Center for New Directions website.
Successful Transitions and Retention Track (START) provides social and academic support to veterans with a GED or those working toward a GED certification.
Services including assisting to prepare to enroll in college, monitoring your progress through meetings, workshops, and assessments, and help you graduate with a certificate or Associate’s degree.
For more information, visit the START website