Free workforce orientation sessions are taking place, providing an overview for many of these programs, at our Harrison and Valhalla campuses. View photos from the event at this link. Congratulations, Practical Nursing Class of !!!
The Genesee Valley Educational Partnership offers a broad scope of adult education programs including vocational training as well as classes for those seeking to broaden their skill sets. Click on any of the links to the left for complete listings of current programs offered. Check out this page for program news, information and updates.
Mary's, and Calvert counties. Classes meet two times per week at various locations in the tri-county area. These classes are small and learning is individualized to meet the needs of each student.
Indiana Adult Education programs provide math, reading, and writing instruction free of charge to help you acquire the skills needed to earn a high school equivalency diploma, go to college, or enter an entry-level occupational certification program. You can even earn a high school equivalency diploma and an occupational certificate at the same time through our WorkINdiana program, allowing you to get back to work or switch careers quickly. While deciding on your future plans, explore your career interests and skills online free of charge at Indiana Career Explorer.
August 8 Fall registration will open. The best browser for this program is Google Chrome. The cost of classes are supported solely by student fees.
Department of Education. The Division of Adult Education and Literacy DAEL administers programs that help adults get the basic skills they need including reading, writing, math, English language proficiency, and problem-solving to be productive workers, family members, and citizens. Our office provides funds to states for adult education and literacy programs.